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tion and official numbering of every street in Oakland. 

1889-90. 

FOR SALE BY W. B. HARDY, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 
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JANUARY, 1st 1890. 

F. M. Husted, Publisher, 604 Merchant St., San Francisco. Cal. 



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Testimonials for C. C. Liniment 



San Francisco, September 20, 1889. 
The C. C: Liniment Co., S. F. — Gents: I have used your C. C. Liniment in 
my family, and consider it an article of the highest merit. I most cheerfully recom- 
mend it as a household remedy. W. D. Garland, 

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San Francisco, September 20, 1889. 
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San Francisco, September 20, 1889. 
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PREFACE 



Since the publication of the last Oakland, Alameda and Berkeley Directory, the 
present publisher has succeeded to the busiuess of the McKenney Directory|Company, 
of which he was president, Mr. McKenney accepting a position with the Fireman's 
Fund Insurance Company. 

The materials for the present volume have been collected and compiled by expe 
rienced men, and the publisher believes the work will give general satisfaction. 

The Street Guide has been revised and corrected and a new and valuable map se- 
cured for the book from the enterprising real estate firm of E. P. Vandercook & 
Company. 



Oakland Enquirer 



PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING. 



PER MONTH 'inP PER MONTH 

PER MONTH. Ul/Vi PER MONTH 

Office, 960 Broadway 



It Contains a Complete Daily Record of all 
Important News, Local and General. 



ASSOCIATED FBESS DISPATCHES. 



IT IS HONEST, DECENT, FEARLESS 

—IT HAS THE— 

Largest Circulation in Oakland 

— OF — 

Any I»«,jpoi* r*xitolijsl3.oca. Horc- 



FRANK A. Leach, Publisher and Proprietor. 



Index to Advertisements. 



Page 

Anglo-Nevada Assurance Corporation 5 

Atlantic & Pacific R. R 10, n 

Bane, Mrs. L. D Opp. 145 

Barry, James H Mai gin line 

Bayley, C. H Opp, 145 

Beeby R, J Margin line 

Boes-ch, E. & Co 1164 

Bone. W. H Back cover and 18 

Bractle, A 7 

Brown, A Front cover 

Budde, Joseph 1174 

Bulletin, (The) Margin line 

Burnham-Standeford Co Margin line 

Buswell, E. G Margin line 

Cal. Nursery Co Back cover and 7 

Carter, Frank Opp. 145 

C. C. Liniment Back cover & 18 

Champion, Miss R Back cover 

Davies, J. M. & Co 800 

Davis, M. F ... 22 

Del Monte Hotel 14, 15 

Depue & Aydelotte Opp. 264 

Dingee, W I Front cover 

Elliott & Colville Margin line 

Enquirer [The ! 20 

Examiner [The] Margin line 

Farrar, Mrs. M.P Opp. 144 

Gentry, Miss N. Kate 6 

Gianettoni 1172 

Gill, E. C Opp. 688 

Gochnauer, P. I, 1173 

Graham, E.J Back cover 

Hardy. W. B . Opp. 496 

Hartford Fire Ins. Co . . Opp. 400 

Heald's Business College Opp. 848 

Hill. Miss Ella Opp. 577 

Home Mutual Fire Ins. Co Bajk cover 

Hull. W. C 22 

Jackson, P. H. & Co. Opp. 144 

Kellett & McMurray Opp. 736 and 1166 

Knapp, Mrs. A Opp 688 

Kriechbaum, G. H. Margin line 

Kirk, O. C 479 



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Laage, W. J. F 1172 

Lerri, J. J. & Co Margin line 

Loryea, A. M Opp. 736 

Mahoney. J. H 4 

McGovern & Cahill Margin line 

Moreal, H. P Back cover 

Morse, Mrs A, F n 56 and opp. 736 

Myers, R. B Front edge 

Newhall, H. M. & Co ... Back bone 

Nicoll the Tailor Front cover and 9 

Oakland Gas Lt & Heat Co 1172 

Oakley, A. D 9 

O'Brien, M 1171 

Pac. Bus. College . . Opp. 640 

Pac. Mfg Co 1175 

Pac. Spring & Mattress Co . . . Opp. 737 

Park & Lacy Co Margin line 

Phillips, Thoi. K " 

Quick, Jno. W 1168 

Rigney & Murphy 6 and opp . 689 

Sanborn Opp. 320 

Sewell, D Opp 576 

Shapiro, L Opp. 145 

S. P. Co 12, 13, 

Steiger & Kerr 8 

Taber, I. W Interleaves 

Thomson, A Opp. 689 

Times Pub. Co 3 

Tribune Pub. Co 3 

Tubbs Hotel 800 

U. of Cal 16 

Van Laak, W 1156 

Walsh, Wm Margin line 

Webster, F. A Opp. 577 

White Bros 1162 

White, P. L Margin line 

Whitney, A . E Margin line 

Whittier, Fuller & Co " '* 

Winton, N W 853 

Wirbser, Felix 1173 

Woolsey, E. H Opp. 497 

Yates & Co Margin line 

Zeile, Carl D 1173 



Oakland ^ Stables. 

M. F. DAVIS, Proprietor. 

Livery, Sale & Boarding Stable 

Horses Bought and Sold. Special care Given to Boarding. 




Horses and Buggies to Let by the Hour, Day, Week 

or Month. 

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Nos. 368 AND 370 EIGHTH ST. 

TELEPHONE No. 338' BETWEEN FRANKLIN AND WEBSTER STREETS 




Planing, Trig, Scroll and Muring, 



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City of Oakland. 

(Incorporated March 35th, 1854.) 

Latitude, 37deg. 48min. 5sec. North. 

Longitude, 122deg. 16min. 24sec W. 

POPULATION. 

U. S. Census, 1870, 10,500; 1880, 34,555. Population of 
Oakland and vicinity embraced in Directory 1890 (not in- 
cluding Alameda and Berkeley), estimated 61,000. 

OFFICIAL LIST. 
Mayor — John R. Glascock. 
Auditor and Assessor — Roland W. Snow. 
Treasurer and Tax Collector — Z. T. Gilpin. 
City Attorney— James A. Johnson. 



BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. 

J. West Martin, President. 
E. W. Playter. 
R. M. Fitzgerald. 
Cleveland L. Dam, Secretary. 

BOARD OF POLICE AND FIRE COMMISSIONERS. 

E. W. Playter, President. 

J. West Martin. 

R. M. Fitzgarald. 

Cleveland L. Dam, Secretary 

Chief of Police — John W. Tompkins. 

Chief of Fire Department — J. F. Kennedy 

City Engineer — T. W. Morgan. 

Superintendent of Streets — Jesse S. Wall. 

City Wharfinger — M. K. Houghton. 



BOARD OF HEALTH. 
T. H. Pinkerton, M. D., President. 
Geo. C. Pardee, M. D. 
W. F. Southard, M. D. 
F. L. Adams, M. D. 
E. H. Woolsey, M. D. 



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OAKLAND. 



W. P. Melvin, Secretary. 

Health Officer— D. D. Crowley, M. D. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 
(See under Educational in Official Directory.) 



POLICE COURT. 
Judge— Alexander Laidlaw. 
Clerk— W. H. O'Brien. 
Bailiff— S. H. Mitchell. 



CITY COUNCIL. 
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd Monday of each month. 

W. W. Camron, President, Councilman-at-large. 

George J. Earl, 322 B, Councilman-at-large. 

L. H. Wakefield, 330 E Twelfth, Councilman-at-large. 

Taliesin Evans, 212 Fourth, Councilman-at-large. 

H. M. Collins, 1766 Seventh, 1st Ward. 

John F. Towle, 1934 Filbert, 2d Ward. 

J. A. 0. Macdonald,1373 Broadway, 3d Ward. 

Joseph C. McAvoy, 873 Washington, 4th Ward. 

John Hackett, 306 Fourteenth, 5th Ward. 

C. H. Brosnahan, 416 Eighth, 6th Ward. 

0. C. Kirk, 303 E Twelfth, 7th Ward. 

City Clerk— J M Brady, 306 Fourteenth. 



Sta nding Com m i tt e es. 

Ordinance and Judiciary — Ilaekctt, Towle, Evans and Mac 
don aid. 

Auditing and Finance — Wakefield. Macdonald, Earl.. 
McAvoy and Collins 

Street — Mcdonald, Evans, Kirk, Towle and McAvoy. 

Fire and Water — Collins, Towle, Hackett, Earl and Wake- 
field. 

Street Lights and Lamp Posts — Towle. Wakefield, Earl, 
Brosnahan and I [ackett. 

Removals and Obstructions — Kirk. Brosnahan, McAvoy, 

Macdonald and Wakefield. 

Public Printing — Evans, Hackett, Towle. Wakefield and 

Karl. 

Public Wharf— Brosnahan, Kirk. McAvoy, Evans and Col- 
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Education — Earl, Kirk, Brosnahan, Macdonald and Col- 
lins. 

Public Health — McAvoy, Evans, Brosnahan, Towle and 
Kirk. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 
Police Office and City Prison — City Hall. 

Chief— J. W. Tompkins. 

Clerk to Chief— W. A. Moore. 

Captains — A. Wilson, W. F. Fletcher. 

Detectives — Dennis Holland, Albert Shorey. 

Day Prison Keeper — Geo. Quackenbush. 

Night Prison Keeper — David Swain. 

Patrol Wagon— B. R. Phillips, St. C. Hodgkins, Fred 
Howlett, Chas. Davis 

Police Court Bailiff— Sam Mitchell. 

Patrolmen— H. B. Rand, C. H. Cole, H. Aldrich, Sam 
Mitchell, J. S. Mackey, Henry McCloy, F. W. Crafts, E. J. 
Chase, Chas. O'Hare, O. D. Brown, John Barnett, J. F. 
Sill, M. P. Powers, R. D. Hunter, Henry N. Nedderman, T. 
A. Downey, Edgar Turney, Wm McCloud, Frank Greenwald, 
P. H. Felley, Nicholas Williams, J. P. Scanlon, John Royce. 

Special Offiicers — D. F. Bachelder, C. Wells, John Lon- 
don, J. H. Nolter, W. B. Goodwin, Rvland Poulsen, A. J. 
Ross, J. H. Baker, A. T. Ayres, L. D. Babb, W. G. Cashin. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer — James F. Kennedy. 

Assistant Engineer — Miles Doody. 

Superintendent of Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph — 
G. H. Carlton. 

The Department consists of 5 steam fire engines in 
service, and 1 relief engine, 6 hose cans, 2 hook and lad- 
der trucks, 21 horses, ",(>()() feet of hose, of which 4,800 
feet are in actual use, 800 feet on the relief cart, and the 
balance in storage. In the city there are 221 hydrants 
and 2 cisterns, one located at Broadway and Eighth streets 
and the other at Broadway and Thirteenth streets. 

The report of the Chief for the year ending June 30, 
1889, shows that the Department responded to 104 alarms, 
56 of which were "bells" and 48 " stills;" of these 104 
alarms, 1 was false, 1 bonfire and 3 outside city limits, 
leaving a total of 99 fires in the city proper, the estimated 
loss on which was about $86,000. 



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The total number of men present at roll call during 
the year was 3,485; 503 absentee.-: these worked 291 hours, 
traveling with apparatus 10044 miles, laying 71,000 feet of 
hose and raising 3,255 feet of ladder, all of which cost the 
city the sum of $49,908.65. 

Compared with former years the tire record stands thus: 
L8S4-5 52 alarms, loss $ 55,000 
18S5-6 69 " " 26,000 

L886-7 32 " " 29,000 

L887-8 81 " " 105,000 

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Names and Location of Companh 

Engine Co. No. 1 — Located Fifteenth near Clay. W. B. Scrib- 

ner, Foreman: E Laperle, Engineer: [John Knowles, 
oker; Louis Hoffman, Driver. Extramen — John 
Dolan, Ike Foster, M. J. Hanley, J. C. Murphy, Thomas 
Winthar. 

ENGINE Co. No. 2 — Located Sixth between Broadway and 
Washington. A. Bailey, Foreman: V. Chloupek, En- 
gineer; Holly Sturns, Stoker; D. E. Jones, driver. 
Extramen — Wm. McCurdy, J. D. Cramer. Charles 
(irimme. \V. F. Gibbs, Frank Baker. 

Engine Co .No. 3 — Located Eighth between Campbell and 
Willow. John Gala van, Foreman: Geo. Demarais, En- 
gineer; Wm. Ennis, stoker: M. McGuin, Driver. 
Extramen — A. A. Sicotte, Rodger Sicotte, Geo, Spencer, 

J. C. Milieu. Henry 1 Ia\ 

Engine Co. No. 1 — Located E Fourteenth between Twelfth 
and Thirteenth aves. W. C. While. Foreman; I 
Moffatt,Engineer; John F.Murphy, Stoker; Geo. Lewis, 
Driver. Extramen — Fohn Jordan, Patrick Jordan, John 
Mulgrew, L. W. Calvert, Alfred William-. 

Engine Co. No. 5— Located corner Milton and Market. John 
Rutherford, Foreman; E. C. Brown, Engineer; J. C. 
Parsons, Stoker; Wm. Eamb, Driver. Extramen — 
Wm. Price, Wm. Branch, Henry Mohr, F. W. Gertner, 
John E. Watson. 

1 1 * » - 1 Co. No. 1 — I.<>c;it<d Sixth between Broadway and 
Washington J, Flannery, Foreman; Philip Reader Sr, 
Extramen — James Kaiae, James McManus, R.C. Grant, 
Philip Reader Jr, Pal Mullen. 

Ti i;< k Co. No. l-^Located Sixth between Hroadway and 

Washington. .1. W. Bankhead, Foreman; T. F. Berry, 
Driver; A. Hallahan, Tillerman. Exramen — Thomas 

Boarding and Livery Accommodations 

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First and Washington Street 
Fourth and Franklin Street 
Fifth and Harrison Street 
Seventh and Washington Streets. 
Twelfth and Broadway Stre< 
Ninth and Webster Streets. 
Fourteenth and Webster Street 
Twelfth and Madison Streets. 
Seventeenth and Grove Streets. 
Frederick Street and Telegraph Avenve. 
Sycamore Street and San Pablo Avenue. 
Thirty-fourth and Peralta Streets. 
Sycamore and Telegraph Avenue. 
Thirty-fourth and Telegraph Avenue. 
Lake and Jackson Streets. 
Walnut and Broadway Streets. 
Seventh Street bet Wood and Willow. 
West Fourteenth and Kirkham Streets. 
Seward and Campbell Streets. 
West Seventh and Chester Streets. 
West Seventh and Adeline Streets. 
West Tenth and Kirkham Streets. 
West Seventeenth and Peralta Street- 
Campbell and Atlantic Stree 
Fifth and Grove Streets. 
Third and Filbert Streets. 
Filbert and Market Streets. 
Tenth and Grove Streets. 
Fourteen and Market Streets. 
Twenty-first and Market Streets. 
Twelfth and Adeline Streets. 
Eighteenth and Adeline Streets. 
East Fourteenth Street and Seventeenth Ave. 
East Twelfth Street and Twelth Avenue. 
East Seventeenth Street and Eighth Avenue. 

St Twelfth Street and Sixth Avenue. 
East Tenth Street and Third Avenue. 
East Twenty-fourth Street and Ninteenth Ave. 
East Twenty-fourth Street and Thirteenth Ave. 
East Twelfth Street and Twenty-Secend Ave. 



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Box No. 51, First and Webster Streets. 
" 52, Third and Jackson Streets. 
" 53, Eighth and Jackson Streets. 
54, Twelfth and Brush Streets. 

56, Sixteenth Street and San Pablo Avenue. 

57, Tweny-eighth and Myrtle Streets. 
59, Webster Street and Orchard Avenue. 

" 61, City Hall. 

" 62, Ninth and Broadway Streets. 

" . 63, Twentieth Street and San Pablo Avenue. 

" 64, Durant and Webster Streets. 

11 65, Second and Jefferson Streets. 

" 67, Second and Market Streets. 

" 71, Thirteenth and Wood Streets. 

72, Thirty-fourth and West Street-. 

73, Twenty-ninth and Grove Streets. 
71, Twenty-eighth and Adeline Street.-. 

75, Thirty-second Street and San L Pablo Avenue. 

76, B and Helen Streets. 

81, Avon Place and Lister Avenue. 

82, E Sixteenth and Fourth Avenue, 

83, East Twenty-second Street and Eighth Ave. 

84, East Nineteenth Street and Eleventh Avenue. 

85, East Twenty-first Street and Twenty-first Ave. 

86, East Eighteenth Street and Twenty-third Ave. 
Persona having keys will observe the following rules: — 

When it is necessary to use the signal boxes; go to the 
one nearest to the lire, and put your key into the outside 
door, open it and pull down the hook On the inside once, or 
until you hear a bell within the box; close the door, and re- 
main to direct the firemen to the locality of the fire. In 
case the box does not work, go to the next nearest station; 

you can procure a key at a store or dwelling in the vicinity 
Do n«>t try to take your key out, as it is locked in and 

will }»<• returned to you. 

If. upon opening the door, you hear the hell within the 
box ring, do not pull the book for "lie minute, or until it 

has stopped ringing, for it will indicate that an alarm is 
being senl from Bome of her -tat ion. 

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boxes. 

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business where keys are kept, will please report the same 
at the fire alarm office, and in case of removal from the city, 
the key must be returned. 

Keys can be obtained by any responsible porson upo n 
application to the Chief Engineer, at his office, or the Su- 
perintendent of Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph, City 
Hall. G. H. Carleton, Superingtendent Fire Alarm ' and 
Police Telegraph. 

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Stamp and Box Windows, 8:30 a. m. 

Money Order Department, 9 a. m. 

Registry Department, 9 a. m. 

Special Delivery Dept., 7 a. m. 

SUNDAYS. 

General Delivery and Carriers' Windows, 9:30 
to 10:30 a. m, 

Branch Offices. 

Brooklyn Station — Twelfth Street and Thirteenth ave. 
West Oakland Station — Seventh and Wood. 



OAKLAND FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY AND READING 

ROOMS. 

Located on the NW corner of Fourteenth and Wash- 
ington Streets. 

The Free Library was first opened to the public on 
the evening of November 7th, 1878, with about 4,000 vol- 
umes on its shelves. It has steadily gained in popular 
favor, having now 9,000 members on the library roll. July 
1st, 1889, it was shown to possess 14,468 volumes. 

The library is open (Sundays and holidays excepted) 
from 9 A. m. until 8 p. m.; Saturdays, from 9 a. m. until 9 
p. M. 

The central reading room, which is located in the same 
building, has on file all the principal newspapers published 
on the Pacific Coast, together with the most prominent 
journals and magazines of the East, also standard English 
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Branch reading rooms are established in different 
parts of the city as follows: 

East Oakland Free Reading Room, 562 East Twelfth 
Street. 

North Oakland Free Reading Room, corner Thirty- 
fourth and Peralta Streets. 

West Oakland Free Reading Room, 1704 Seventh Street. 

The reading rooms are open daily (holidays execpted) 
from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. 

The Board of Trustees for 1889-91 are; Gary Howard, 
President; John A. McKinnon, Secretary; John Lynch, 
R. G. Graham, Chas. W. Kellogg; H. F. Peterson, Assist- 
ant Secretary. 

STANDING COMMITTEES: 

Auditing — Graham, Lynch and Kellogg. 

Books — Kellogg, McKinnon and Graham. 

Building — McKinnon, Lynch and Kellogg. 

Reading Rooms and Periodicals — Lynch McKinnon 
and Graham 

Regular meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each 
month. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

President, E. W. Marston, 139] Webster Street; Super- 

ndent and Secretary (ex-offieio), J. W. McOlymonds, 477 

Plymouth Avenue: Assistant Superintendent and Secretary, 

Chas. M. Fisher; E. E. Walcott (At Large), 1782 Goss; 

Andrew Fine M. D. (At Large), Bast Twelfth Street and 

Sixtli Avenue; ( >. \V. Parker (At Large), 677 Twenty- 

fourth; J. B. Carrington, First Ward, 1409 Seventeenth 

street; H. M. Sanborn, Second Ward, M>5 Twenty-sixth 

Street; 0. B. Morgan, Third Ward, 754 Fourteenth "street: 

E. Everett, Fourth Ward, 719 Eighth Street; E. B.Clement, 

Fifth Ward, L258 Harrison Street; L. E. Chartrand, Sixth 

Ward, 465 Ninth Street; M. \V. Fish, Seventh Ward. 461 

it Fourteenth Street. 

OFFICE SOURS FOB BCHOOL BU8INE8S, 

Superintendent — City Ball: 8 \. if. to L2 m. and 1 to 
1 p, m., except Saturdays: Saturdays, s \. m. to L2 m. 

.1. B. Carrington — L409 Seventeenth Street, evenings 
after 7 o'clock. 

II. M. Sanborn — 175 Twenty-sixth Street, Tuesday, 
Thursday and Saturday eveniu 

B Morgan — 754 Fourteenth Street, evenings after 

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E. B. Clement— 1258 Harrison Street, 6:30 to 7:30 p. m. 

L. E. Chartrand — 465 Ninth Street, from 8 to 9 a. m. 
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 

M. W. Fish— 461 East Fourteenth Street, Mondays 
from 12 m. to 2 p. m. 

E. E. Wolcott — 1782 Goss Street, Thursday evenings. 

E. W. Marston — 1391 Webster Street, Mondays and 
Thursdays, 6 to 7 p. m. 

0. W. Parker— 677 Twenty-fourth Street, Mondays 
and Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p. m. 

Andrew Fine — East Twelfth and Sixth Avenue, daily, 
12 m. to 2 P. M. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Rules and Regulations — Carrington, Fine and Morgan. 

Classification, Text Books and Course of Instruction — 
Fine, Fish and Walcott. 

School Houses and Sites — Walcott, Chartrand and Fine. 

Furniture, Supplies and Printing — Clement, Sanborn 
and Carrington. 

High School — Fish, Morgan and Parker. 

Commercial and Evening School — Sanborn. Carring- 
ton and Parker. 

Finance — Everett, Walcott and Clement. 

Judiciary — Parker, Chartrand and Everett. 

Industrial Education — Morgan, Fish and Clement. 

Observatory — Chartrand; Sanborn and Everett. 

CALENDAR FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1890. 

Regular meeting of the Board of Education on the 
second and fourth Mondays of each month. 

Fiscal year begins July 1, 1889. 

First term begins Monday, July 15, 1889. 

" ends Friday, December 20, 1889. 
Second term begins Monday, January, 6, 1890. 
" ends Friday, May 30, 1890. 

VACATIONS. 

One week beginning Monday, Oct. 7, 1889. 
Two weeks beginning Monday, Dec. 23, 1889. 
One week beginning Monday, March 17, 1890. 
Six weeks beginning Monday June 2, 1890. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

J. W. Clymonds, Superintendent; Chas. M. Fisher, 
Assistant Superintendent. 



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High Scpiool — J. B. McChesney, Principal, Rhetoric, 1364 
Franklin; S. P. Meads, Vice-Principal, Natural Sci- 
ence, 1652 Webster; Mrs. K. B. Fisher, Second Vice- 
Principal, English, 926 Myrtle; E. F. Burrill, Ancient 
Languages, 578 Fifteenth; S. A. Chambers, Mathe- 
matics, 554 Thirteenth; Mrs. L. R. Griffin, History, 
566 Eleventh; Madame M. Ferrier, French and Ger- 
man, 523 Seventeenth; Paul Garin, Drawing, 815 
Thirty-fifth; Miss Mollie E. Connors, Drawing, 1115 
Jackson; Miss Irene Hardy, Assistant in English, 1213 
Jefferson; Miss Emma Hilton, Assistant in English, 
Wilson House; Miss Alma I. Galbraith, Assistant in 
Latin, 1218 San Pablo Avenue; Miss Katie M. Wertz, 
Assistant in Mathematics, 1413 Brush; Mrs. Fannie 
M. Pugh, Assistant in Mathematics, 945 Magnolia; 
Miss G. W. Littlejohn, Assistant in History, Berkeley. 

Garfield School — Located Twenty-third Avenue between 
E Sixteenth and E Seventeenth. Mrs. Ellen Gibbs, 
Principal. Teachers — May W. Tyler, Anna R. Wood, 
Kate Marsh. 

Prescott School — Located cor Seward and Campbell. D. 
T. Fowler Principal; Teachers — Miss Mary C. Heaton, 
Mrs. M. Kainey, Miss E. M. Burgin, K. McLean, Miss 
H. Sumner, M. Hennings, Miss L. Storey, Miss H. 
Corless, Miss L. A. Parker, Miss C. Fellows, Miss M. 
Burrows, Miss A. R. Franklin, Miss L. R. Washburn, 
Miss M. Storey, Miss E. C. Morris, Miss E. A. Stevens, 
Miss A. M. Youngman, Miss A. M. Johnson, Mrs. M. 

E. Hawkins, Mrs. Ida A. Coady, Mrs. N. J. Ashton. 
Grove Street School — Located Grove between Fourth and 

Fifth. Mrs. M. D. Standeford, Principal. Teachers- 
Miss Mary M. Campbell, Miss Jean W. Nesbitt, Emma 
G. Todd. " 
Tompkin's School— Located Fifth between Filbert and Chest- 
nut. Geo W. Frick, Principal. Teachers — Mrs. C. J. 
Hammer, Mrs. B. H. Stone, Miss N. A. Carter, Miss S. 
L. Regan, Mrs Susan Lnnyon, Miss 11. L.Shaw, Mrs. 

F. A. Nnsbaiimcr, II. P. Strains. Miss A. E. Walton; 
Geo. Cartel-, Janitor. 

Lincoln Grammae School — Located NW corner Tenth and 
Alice. Geo. W. Horton, Principal. Teachers — Mrs. 

M. L. Ilnyl, Mrs. S. B. Yates, Mrs..). O'Mcara, Mrs. 

I. EJ. Du Bois, Mrs. L. E. Thompson, Miss Mary D. 
Bull, Miss Virginia D. Heath, Regina Reilly,Miss Ella 
A. Perry, Miss E. V. Garlich, Miss Anne K. Dargie, 
Mrs. Lydia II. Campbell, Miss Mary L. Wheeler, Miss 

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Janitor. 

Durant School — Located north side Twenty-eighth, be- 
tween Grove and West. S. G. S. Dunbar, Principal. 
Teachers — Miss S. J. Hodgdon, Mrs. E. D. Reynolds, 
Miss M. E. Buckelew, Miss L. C. Bentancue, Mrs. E. E. 
Greenrnan, Miss M. T. Kimball, Miss A. B. Clow, Mrs. 
C. C. N. Walter, Mrs. L. F. Fowler, Miss H. C. Larkin, 
Mrs. Belle E. Webb, Miss Fannie Ward, Miss M. L. 
Rowland, Mrs. H. B. Shorkley, Mrs. M. V. Kingman, 
Miss Emma H. Hilton; Ed M. Campbell, Janitor. 

Franklin School — Located on Tenth Avenue, between E 
Fifteenth and E Sixteenth. J. F. Chandler, Principal. 
Teachers — Mrs. E. R. Fuches, Miss L. E. Bentley, Miss 
M. J. Shaw, Miss H. C. Simpson, Mrs. H. G. Ayer, 
Mrs. E. M. Bartholomew, Miss M. E. Morris, Mrs. H. M. 
Storrs, Miss C. P. List, Miss L. E. White, Miss F. C. 
Sutherland, Mrs. L. A. Walker; George Briant, Janitor. 

Swett School — Located between E Nineteenth and E 
Twentieth, Twelfth and Thirteenth Avenues. Miss M. 
S. Kimball, Principal. Teachers — Miss Alice B. Ward, 
Miss E. M. Ellis, Miss K. C. Morris. 

Lafayette School — Located west side Jefferson between 
Eleventh and Twelfth. Miss Abbie F. Aldrich, Prin- 
cipal. Teachers — Miss Tillie C. Lesson, Miss Josephine 
Lemon, Miss Elizabeth M. Sherman, Miss Anna New- 
cum, Miss Nellie Cook, Mrs. Nora H. Hornick, Miss 
Mildred J. Scott, Miss Sadie P. Willard, Miss Mary F. 
Potter, Miss Margaret Wythe, Mrs. Marcia G. Brad- 
bury, Mrs. Emma W. Anderson. 

Cole School — Located on Tenth between Union and 
Poplar. J. P. Garlick, Principal. Teachers — Fan- 
nie G. Smith, Mrs. J. N. Brower, Miss Florence A. 
Perean, Miss Hattie B. Sproul, Miss Martha R. Mc- 
Clure, Miss Margaret E. Connors, Miss Louise Grove, 
Miss Josie Standeford, Miss Eleanor Pullman, Miss 
Agnes Hamilton, Miss Susie H. Snook, Miss Mary F. 
Buckelew, Miss Alice A. McCord, Miss A. G. Madden, 
Miss Sara Boniface, Miss Harriet J. Lee. 

Harrison School — Located SW corner Harrison and 
Fourth. Miss H. M. Mullen, Principal. Teachers — 
Miss A. A. Cordes, Miss H. A. Robins, Miss A. M. 

Quince; Miss Carrie Bock, Janitor. 

Grant School — Located corner Broadway and Prospect 
Avenue. Miss Elizabeth Powell, Principal. Teachers- 




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Miss Elizabeth B. Myrick, Miss Mary C. Ellis, Miss 
Anna M. Richardson. 

Clawson School— Located corner Magnolia and Thirty- 
second. Miss Julia E. Colby, Principal. Teachers— | 
Mrs. Sarah B. Byrod, Mrs. Mary E. Pelharo, Mrs Mary 
G. Ayres, P. A Garin. 

Bay Distrct School — Located corner San Pablo Avenue 
and Crawford. Teachers— Mr. B. L. Modghead, Miss 
Sarah Morrow, Miss Nellie Eckles, Miss Rachel Davis. 

Emery District School— Located Forty-first, between San 
Pablo Avenue and Adeline. Teachers— Mr. E. L. 
Knowlton, Miss Helen J. Vandergaw. 

Hays Districe School— Teacher, Miss EttaEllerhorst. 

Lockwood District School— Teachers— Miss Nellie Molloy, 
Miss Daisy Rockfellow. 

Melrose District School — Teacher — Miss C. A. Mc- 
Cracken. 

Peralta District School— Located Alcatraz Avenue near 
Telegraph Avenue. Teachers — Miss Eunice Gallagher, 
Miss Ella Prval, Miss Susie McFeeley. 

Temeecal School— Mrs. E. A. Wilson, Principal. Teachers 
—Mrs. Clara A. Blodgett, Miss I. I. Hammer, Miss 
Jessie E. Burrall, Miss H. E. Boynton; Louis Moltem, 
Janitor. 

ACAD AMIES, SEMINARIES AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 

Field Seminary — Embraces Kindergarten, Academic and 
College Preparatory Departments. Located at 1825 
Telegraph Avenue/ Mrs. R. G. Knox, Proprietor. Mrs. 
W. B. Hvde, Principal. Assistant Teachers— Prof. D. 
P. Havnes, Miss Catherine Stone, Mrs. C. B. Bradley, 
Mrs. II. S. Kingsbury, Mrs. Kate A. Bulkeley, Miss 
Gertrude Leonard. Mrs. A. S. Langstrotli. Miss Flora 
Bell, Fraulein S. Louise Kicchin, Prof. L. M. Zech, Jr., 
MissC. A. Wheaton,MissE. L. Wilde, Miss M. E. Fox, 
Miss Lilly Sherwood, Prof. Henry Hey mans, Prof. 0. 
A. Lunt. 

Bopkin's Academy — Located Plymouth Avenue between 

Telegraph Avenue and Broadway. Students fitted for 

Collet- and for business life. Reached by either Tele- 

.;,!, Avenue or Broadway and Piedmont lines of 

street cars, W. W. Anderson, Principal. 

Pacific Thbolooicai Si kinaby — Established in 18n*9. 
Situated on Academy Hill (adjoining Bopkin's Acad- 
emy), opposite Thirty-fourth Blreet. A full course and 
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dents received from any Evangelical Denomination. 
Year begins September 1; Closes May 12. Faculty — 
Rev. Dr. J. A. Benton, Rev. Dr. I. E Dwinell, Rev. Dr. 
G. Mooar. 

California Military Acadamy — Located corner Telegraph 
and Prospect Avenues. Thorough preparation for 
college or business life. Col. Wm. H. O'Brien, Prin- 
cipal. 

Oakland Academy — 1265 Franklin Street. A day school 
for both sexes. It provides (1) a Classical and Scien- 
tific Course, (2) a Commercial Course, (3) a Normal 
Course, (4) Modern Languages and Drawing. Isaac 
Wright, A. M., and Wm. Herrod, Principals. 

Normal School — Hamilton Hall. J. C. Gilson, Principal. 

The Oaks — Located corner Tenth and Alice. Home and 
and day school for young ladies. Miss L. Tracy, 
Principal. 

Sackett School — Located at 529 Twenty-first Street. A 
preparatory boarding and day school for young men 
and boys. D. P. Sackett Principal. 

Snell Seminary — Located at 568 Twelfth Street. A board- 
ing and day school for young ladies. Richard B. Snell 
and Miss Snell, Principals. 

Piedmont District School — Mrs. A. C. Horton, 1630 
Eighth Street, Oakland. 

Miss Horton's School — Located at northeast corner Filbert 
and Twelfth Streets. A select school for boys and 
girls. Miss S. W. Horton, Principal. 

Miss Bisbee's School — Corner Seventh Avenue and Six- 
teenth Streets. 

Oakland Business College and Institute of Penmanship 
— Located at 1015 Clay. Affords to both sexes, practi- 
cal and thorough instruction for business life. D. C. 
Taylor, Principal. 

University of California — Notice will be found in Berke- 
ley portion of Directory, as also Deaf, Dumb, and Blind 
Institution. 

California College — Rev. S. B. Morse, President. For 
the education of young men and women in the inter- 
ests of the Baptist Church. Between East Twenty- 
seventh and East Thirtieth, Highland Park. 

Crawford Polytechnic and Manual Training School — 
A boarding and day school for a limited number of 
boys. Conducted by T. 0. Crawford, 1020 Oak Street, 

Field Seminary fqr Young Ladies, Home School— Lo- 
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Knox, Proprietor, or Frances A. Dean, Principal. 
Terms commence in January and August. 
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STATE INSTITUTIONS. 

INDUSTRIAL HOME OF MECHANICAL TRADES FOR THE 

ADULT BLIND. 

Southwest corner Thirty-sixth Street and Telegraph Ave- 
nue. 

The officers of the Home are as follows: 

President of the Board of Directors, J. P. Irish. 
Vice-President of the Board, Warren Olney. 
Secretary and Treasurer, L. A. Redman. 
Superintendent of the Home, Joseph Sanders. 
Physician of the Home, Andrew Fine, M. D. 
The salary of the Superintendent is $2,100 per anuum; 
of the Physician, $600 per annum; and of the Secretary. 
$500 per annum. 

The Chabot Observatory of Oakland is situated in the 
Middle of Lafayette Square, which is bounded by 
Tenth, Eleventh, Jefferson and Grove Streets. Its ex- 
act geographical position in latitude, 37 deg. 48 min. 
5 sec. north; longitude, L22 deg. 16 min. 34.4 sec, west 
from Greenwich, or in time, 8 hours, 9 min. 6 
west of Greenwich; 3 hours o min. 54 Bee. west from 
Washington. The observatory building together with 
its splendid equipment, was the free gift of Anthony 
Chabot, Esq., to the Board of Education, in trust for 
the City of Oakland. Monday evenings arc reserved 
for the schools, and Friday evenings for observatory 
work. Cards for admission on other evening can be 
obtained ^n application to the Director, Fred. M. 

Campbell, City Hall. 



ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. 
Convent of Oub Lady of the Backed Heart — Located at 
i:,:;i Webster Street, A boarding school for young 
Ladies. Taught by the Sisters of the sacred nann 
Jesus and Mary. 

Mary's s« hool fob Boys — Located corner Jefferson and 
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St. Mary's School for Girls — Located at corner of Grove 

and Seventh Streets. Taught by the Sisters of the 

Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. 
St. Mary's College — Located Broadway near junction 

with Cemetery Avenue. Under the direction of the 

Christian Brothers. 
St. Anthony's School for Boys (East Oakland) — Located 

corner East Fifteenth and Sixteenth Avenue. Taught 

by the Christian Brothers. 
St. Anthony's School for Girls (East Oakland) — Located 

corner East Fifteenth and Sixteenth Avenue. Taught 

by the Christian Brothers. 
St. Patrick's School for Boys — Located corner Seward 

and Peralta. Taught by the Christian Brothers. 
St. Patrick's School for Girls — Located corner Seward 

and Peralta. Taught by the Sisters of Mercy. 
St. Joseph's Academy — Located corner Jackson and Fifth 

Streets. A boarding school for young men and boys. 

Taught by the Christian Brothers. 
School of St. Francis De Sales — Located corner Grove 

and Twenty-first Streets. Taught by the Sisters of 

the Holy Name. 
Sacred Heart School for Boys (Day School) — Located 

Forty-first between Grove and West. Taught by the 

Christian Brothers, 
St. Lawrence School for Girls (Day School) — Located 

Fortieth between Grove and West. Taught by the 

Sisters of the holy names of Jesus and Mary. 



THE BOARD OF TRADE. 

The Oakland Board of Trade was organized Septem- 
ber 10th, 1886. The first President was V. D. Moody, 
President of the First National Bank, who was succeeded 
in April, 1888, by F. K. Shattuck; J. M. Davies was the 
first Secretary. • 

Like similar organizations in this State, the Board of 
Trade is in effect a city improvement association, looking 
to all measures of public interest, extending a knowledge of 
the advantages of the city and county, and in all suitable 
ways promoting agricultural, commercial and industrial 
prosperity. 

April 10th, 1888, the Board was regularly incorporated 
under the laws of the State, and its articles now provide for 
the usual commercial features of the arbitration and adjust- 
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In February, 1889, the name was changed to " The 
Oakland City and Alameda County Board of Trade," to 
cover the wider purposes of the organization. 

This Board is entitled to the credit of inaugurating the 
movement for the organization of the " California State 
Board of Trade," which has proved so important an aid to 
State progess, It has also been instrumental in obtaining 
for Oakland important terminal facilities not previously 
enjoyed, in securing a large harbor appropriation, the ex- 
tension of the boundaries of the city, the adoption of a new 
Charter, and other advantageous work for the city and 
county. It is the sole organization in the county in affilia- 
tion with the State Board and contributing to the main- 
tainance of that organization. 

The membership the past year has included about fifty 
representative citizens, members of the different branches 
of trade, professions and industries of the city. The ar- 
ticles of incorporation impose an agreement to be gov- 
erned by the decision of a majority of the members. The 
action of the Board has been harmonious, and results have 
shown the advantage of such unity. The present officers 
are as follows: 

President, Frank J. Moffitt; Vice-President, Chas. D. 
Pierce; Treasurer, V. D. Moody; Delegate to State Board, 
J. S. Emery. 

Directors — W. E. Dargie, M. J. Keller, F. A. Leach, V. 
D. Moody, F. K. Shattuck, O. E. Hotchkiss, M. J. Lay- 
mance, F. J. Moffitt, C. D. Pierce, J. S. White, E. W. Wood- 
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First Baptist Church — Location, corner Brush and Four- 

teenth Streets. Rev. C. II. Bobart, pastor. Residence, 

911 Sixteenth Street. Services 11 A. if., 7:30 p. it.; 

Sunday-school, 12:30 p. m. 
Twenty-third Avenue Baptist Church — Rev. Isaac D. 

Fleming, pastor, res L066 E Twenty-fourth 

Tenth Avenue Baptist Church ofEasI Oakland — Location. 

corner Bast Fourteenth Street and Tenth Avenue. Rev. 
J. Qerndou Garnett. Residence, corner Tenth Avenue 
and East Nineteenth Street Services llr a. m., 7:30 
p. it.; Sunday-school, 12:15 i'. if. 
San Pablo Avenue Bapist Church — Location north side 
Twentieth near Sao Pablo Avenue. Rev. A.J. Start- 



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evant, pastor. Services 11a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday- 
school, 12:30 p. m. 

Free-Will Baptist Church — Location, corner Twenty-first 
and Bush Streets. Rev. F. C. Penney, D. D., pastor. 
Services 11 a. m., 7 p. m.; Sunday-school 12:15 p. m. 

First Swedish Bapist Church — Location, cor Tenth and 
Magnolia Streets. Rev. Carl M, Nelson, pastor. Ser- 
vices 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday-school, 10 a. m. 

Unitarian Church — Services at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner 
Franklin and Eleventh Streets. Services 11 a. m. Sun- 
day-School, 12:30 p. m. 

Chinese Mission of Baptist Church — Location, 710 Eleventh 
Street. 

First Congregational Church — Location, corner Clay and 
Twelfth Streets. Rev. Dr. John Knox McLean, pastor. 
Residence, 520 Thirteenth Street. Rev. Jonn Rea, as- 
sociate pastor. Services 11 a. m. 7:30 p. m.; Sunday- 
school, 12:30 p. m. 

East Oakland Congregational Church — Location Washing- 
ton Hall, 307 East Twelfth Street. Rev. C. F. Clapp, 
pastor. Residence corner Seventh and Sixteenth" 
Streets. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Suuday-School 
12:30 p.m. 

Sweedish Congregational Church — Sixth near Market. 
Pastor, 8G5 Henry near Seventh. 

Second Congregational Church — Location, Chase between 
Wood and Willow Streets. Rev. G. W. Bothwell, D. 
D. Services 11 a. m., 6:15 p. e.; Sunday-school, 12:30 

P. M. 

Plymouth Avenue Congregational Church — Location, Ply- 
mouth Avenue near Telegraph Avenue. Rev. George 
M. Mooar, pastor. Residence, 444 Edwards Street. 
Services 11 a. m. 7 p. m.; Sunday-school, 12:30 p. m. 

Golden Gate Congregatienal Church — Location, corner 
Adeline and Thirty-fourth Streets. Rev. W. H. Cooke, 
pastor. Residence, 925 Thirty-sixth Street. Services 11 
a. m., 7:30 p. m. 

Market Street Congregational Church — Location, corner 
Market and Twenty-second Streets. Rev. G. H. Mer- 
rill, pastor. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sundoy- 
school 12:30 p. m. • 

First Methodist Church — Location, corner Clay and Four- 
teenth Streets. Rev. E. R. Dille, pastor. Serves 11 a. 
m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday-school, 12:30 p. m. 

Methodist Episcopal Church of East Oakland — Location, 
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dence, 219 East Sixteenth Street. Services 11 a. m., 
7:30 p. M,; Sunday-school, 9:30 A. m. 

Eighth Avenue Episcopal Church — Corner Eighth Avenue 
and East Seventeenth Street. Rev. H. B. Heacock, 
pastor. Residence 1319 Eighth Avenue. Services 11 
a. m., 7:30 p. M.; Sunday-school, 9:30 a. m. 

Centennial Methodist Episcopal Church — Location, 955 
Campbell Street. Seats free. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 
p. m.; Sunday-School, 12:15 p. m. 

German Methodist Episcopal Church — Location, Seventh 
Street between Telegraph and San Pablo Avenues. 
Rev. L. Kroeck, pastor. Residence, 526 Seventeenth 
Street. Services 10:45 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday-school, 
9:30 p.m. 

Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church — 1419 Tenth near 
Center. Rev. S. L. Carlander, pastor. Services 10:30 
a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday-school, 9:30 A. M. 

Norwegian and Danish Methodist Episcopal Church — Rev. 
CarlF. Eltzholtz, pastor. Campbell near Taylor. 

African Methodist Episcopal Church — Location, Fifteenth 
between Market and West Streets. Rev. J. \V. Sex- 
ton, pastor. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 p. u. 

United Presbyterian Church — Meets California Hall. Rev. 
James Patton, pastor. Residence, 817 Twenty-first 
Street. Service 11 a. m. 

Methodist Episcopal Japanese Gospel Society — Location, 
612 Fifteenth Street. Sunday-school, 7 p. m. 

St. John's Episcopal Church — Location, Grove Street, be- 
tween Seventh and Eighth Streets. Rev. Benjamin 
Akerly, D. D., pastor. Residence, corner Adeline and 
Sixteenth Streets. Services 11 A. m.. 7:30 p. M.J Sun- 
day-School, 9:30 A. m. 

Paul's Episcopal Church — Location, corner Harrison 
and Fourteenth Streets. Rev. Hobarl Chetwood, D. D., 
pastor. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 P. m.: Sunday-school, 
9:45 a. m. 

Church of the Advent ( Episcopal, East Oakland) — Location, 
corner 1 Sixteenth Street and Twelfth Avenue. 

Rev. II. I>. Lathrop, pastor. Residence, 310 Seven- 
nth street. Services 11 a. m.. 7:30 p. m.: Sunday- 
hool, 9:30 A. m. 
St. Andrew'.- Episcopal Church — Location, comer Cypress 
and Ninth. Entrance, Ninth Street. Rev. John A. 
Emery, pastor. Services 11 i. M., 7:30. p. m. 
First Hebrew Congregation — Location of synagogue, south- 
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Levy, rabbi. Services, Saturday, 11 a. m., Sabbath- 
school, 10 A. M. 

Congregation Beth Jacob — Services held at 909 Webster 
Street. E. Barnett, President. 

First Presbyterian Church — Location corner Franklin and 
Fourteenth Streets. Rev. Francis A. Horton, D. D., pas- 
tor. Residence, 1254 Franklin Street. Services 11 a. m., 
7:30 p. m.; Sunday-school, 9:30 a. m. Welsh Service 3 
p. m. Chinese Sunday-school, 5:30 p. m. 

Second Presbyterian Church — Location, Union between 
Eighth and Tenth Streets. H. H. Rice, pastor. Resi- 
dence, 1054 Kirkham. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; 
Sunday-school, 12:30 p. m. 

Presbyterian Church of East Oakland — Location, corner 
East Fourteenth Street and Fifteenth Avenue. Rev. 
E. S. Chapman, D. D., pastor. Residence 1264 Twelfth 
Avenue. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 p.m.; Sunday-school, 
12:30 p. m. 

Presbyterian Chinese Mission — Location, 264 Thirteenth 
Street. Services 11 a. m., 7 p. m. 

Telegraph Avenue Presbyterian Mission — Sunday-school, 
every Sunday at 3:30 p. m. 1802 Telegraph Avenue. 

Temescal Presbyterian Church — Rev. Jas. M. Thompson, 
pastor. Corner First and Columbus Avenues. Ser- 
vices 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m.; Sunday-school, 10 a. m. 

Church of the Immaculate Conception — Located on Jeffer- 
son Street between Seventh and Eighth Streets. Rev. 
Michael King, pastor; Rev. Thomas Cranwell and Rev. 
James Melvin, assistant pastors. Residence, 616 Seventh 
Street. Mass on Sunday, 7, 9 and 10:30 a. m. Ves- 
pers on Sunday, 7:30 p. m. Mass on week days, 7 a. 
m. Sunday-school after the 9 a. m. mass. 

St. Patrick's Church (West Oakland) — Located corner Sew- 
ard and Peralta Streets. Rev. J. B. McNally, pastor; 
Rev. J. O'Connell, assistant pastor. 

St. Anthony's Church (East Oakland) — Located corner 
East Fifteenth Street and Sixteenth Avenue. Rev. 
Wm. Gleeson, pastor. 

Church of St. Francis De Sales — Rev. Thomas McSweeney, 
pastor. Location and residence, cor Grove and Twen- 
ty-first Streets. 

Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus — Rev. Lawrence 
Serda, pastor. Fortieth Street, North Temescal. 

Christian Church — Location corner Market and Thirteenth 
Streets. Rev. George W. Sweeney, pastor. Residence , 

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corner Myrtle and Eighteenth Streets. Services 11 
a. m., 7:30 p. m., Sunday-school, 10 a. m. 

First Universalis! Church — Services at Hamilton Hall, cor- 
ner Jefferson and Thirteenth Streets, at 11 a. m. Sun- 
day-school, 12:15 p. if. Rev. T. Goodenough, pastor. 

Church of Christ (Independent and unsectarian) — Services 
at California Hall, Sunday 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m., prayer 
meeting, Thursday evening 7.30 p. m. A. Coplin, pas- 
tor. 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints — Harrison 
Street between Third and Fourth Streets. President, 
H. B. Brown. Services Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. 

Thirty-fourth Street Methodist Episcopal Church — Loca- 
tion, south side Temescal near Telegraph Avenue. 
Rev. R. McCracken, pastor. 

Sweedish Evangelica} Lutheran Church — Location, south 
side Ninth Street between Clay and Washington Streets. 
Rev. A. M. Le Veau, pastor. Services 10:30 a. m. and 
7:30 p.m. 

German Evangelical Lutheran Church — Location, NE cor- 
ner Clay and Thirteenth Streets. Rev. J. H. Theiss, 
pastor. Residence 608 Twelfth Street. Services 10:45 
a. m., Sunday-school 9:15 a. m. 

New Church (Sweelenborgian) — Montana Hall, HGOi Sev- 
enth Street. Rev. Leonard G. Jordan, pastor. Ser- 
vices 11 a. M. 

Holiness Association — Meets at .°>77 Tenth Street, Sundays 

3 P. M. 

Second Advent Christian (First Day)— 1240 San Pablo Av- 
enue. Services 11 .\. .\r. and 7:30 p. m. 

Seventh Day Advent ist Church — Corner Twelfth and 
Brush. E. J. Waggoner, pastor.' 

Our Savior's Scandinavian Lutheran Church, using German 
Lutheran Church for services the first three Sundays 
in each month at 8 p. m. Rev. Isaac L. P. Dietrich son, 
pastor 

Young Men's Christian Association — Rooms, 866 Broad- 
way. Esaiah Bray, General Secretary. Noonday prayer 
meeting, week days from L2 m. to 12:45 p. m. Young 
men's prayer meeting-. Monday evenings from 7:45 to 
8:45 p. it. Address, Sunday 3 p. if. 

Young Men's Christian* Temperance Union — Meets every 
fourth Thursday In each month in Ebell Parlors, Ham- 
ilton Hall. 

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French Mission — 1240 San Pablo Avenue. Services Fri- 
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SOCIETIES. 

MASONIC. 

Oakland Masonic Temple Association — Incorporated June 
25, 1878. Capital stock $100,000. Northwest corner of 
Washington and Twelfth Streets. F. K. Shattuck 
president, C. E. Gillett Secretary. 

Live Oak Lodge No. 61, F. & A. M. Stated meetings on the 
first Friday in each month, at the Masonic Temple. 
W. F. Perry, W. M.; A. D. Thomson. S. W.; Wm. A. 
King, Secretary; G. H. Tilley, Tiler. 

Oakland Lodge No. 188 F. & A. M. Stated meetings on 
the first Saturday in each month, at the Masonic 
Temple. Fred. S. Button, W. M.; A. K. Clark, Secre- 
tary; C. E. Gillett, Tiler. 

Brooklyn Lodge No. 225, F. & A. M. (East Oakland)— Meets 
at Odd Fellows' Hall, 555 East Twelfth Street, on the 
first Tuesday in each month. H. P. Capell, W. M.j 
, S. W.; , J. W.; H. D. Lathrop, secre- 



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Alcatraz Lodge No. 244, F.& A. M., (West Oakland)— Meets 
at Masonic Hall, corner of Willow and Seventh Streets, 
on the first Monday in each month. E. S. Perkins, W. 
M.; J C Gorham, Secretary. 

Oakland Chapter No. 36, R. A. M. — Meets on the first and 
third Wednesday in each month, at the Masonic Tem- 
ple. Edward H. Morgan, H. P.; J. W. McClymond, 
Secretarv ; C. E. Gillett, Guard. 

Oakland Council No. 12, R & S. M.— Meets on the third 
Thursday in each month at the Masonic Temple. 
Webb M. Pearse, T. I. M.; E. A. Sherman, R. I. D. M.: 
E. Cormenv, J. P. C. W.; Geo. Goodman, Treasurer; J. 
W. McClvmond, Recorder ; W. C. Smith, C. of G.; C. F. 
Burnham, C. of C; H. P. Dalton, Steward; C. E. Gillett, 
Sentinel. 

Oakland Commandry No. 11, K. P.- — Stated conclaves on 
the first Tuesdav in each month at Masonic Temple. 
George D. Metealf, E. C; C. F. Burnham, Gen.; Chas. 
W. Hewes,C. G.; H. B. Sears, Prelate ; R. C. Gaskill, 
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S. W.; George Patterson, J. W.; J. N. Phillips, H. B.;L. 

D. Davis, L. \V. B.; H. A. Powell, Warden; C. E. Gillett, 
of G.; W. F. Blood, 1st G.; F. W. dishing, 2nd G.; M. 
Morris, 3rd G. 

Oakland Lodge of Perfection No. 12, A. & A. S. R., meets 
on the first and third Mondays in each month, at the 
Masonic Temple. E. M. Ferguson, Yen. M.; E. Cor- 
meny, S. W.; G. Patterson, J. W.; E. A. Sherman, 0. 
R.; E. A. Nordhausen, Al.; C. E. Gillet, Secretary; Geo. 
Goodman, Treasurer; W. Frank Pierce, M. of C; J. B. 
Merritt, S. E.; J. C. Schlarbaum, J. E.; N. B. Holmes, 
C. of G.; B. F. Stromberg, Tiler. 

Gethsemane Chapter Rose Croix No. 5, A. & A. S. R., meets 
Mondays, on call, at the Masonic Temple. Ed. A. Sher- 
man, \\\ M.; E. M. Ferguson, S. W.; G. Patterson, J. 
\\\; W. H. Logan, 0. R.; E. A. Nordhausen, Al; C. E. 
Gillett, Secretary; Geo. Goodman, Treasurer; J. B. Mer- 
ritt, M. of C; E. Cormeny, S. E,; M. T. McNeelv, J. E.; 
K. Joins, C. of G.; J. C. Schlarbaum, St. B.; B. F. 
Stromberg, G. of T. 

De Molay Council, lv. K., No. 2, A. & A. S. R.— Meets Mon- 
days, on call, at the Masonic Temple. W. Frank Pierce, 

E. C; E. M. Ferguson, 1st L. C; Geo. Patterson, 2nd 
L. C; Geo. E. Kennedy, Chan.; E. A. Sherman, Or.; 
E. A. Nordhausen, AL; C. E. Gillett, Rec; Geo. (iood- 
nian, Treas.; J. B. Merritt, M. of C; Chas. F, Burn- 
ham, Tur.; M. T. McNeely, Dra.; B. C. Dick, 1st D.; 
E. Gormeny, 2nd D.; W. T. Hamilton, B. of B.; L. L. 
Alexander, B. F. S.; N. B. Holmes, B. S. S.; J. C. Schlar- 
baum, L of (J.; B. F. Stromberg, Sen* 

Oak Leaf Chapter No. 8, <). E, S. — Meets on the second and 
fourth Thursday in each month, at the Masonic Temple. 
May B. Gilpin, W. M.; Chas. F. Burnham, W. P.; Em- 
ma IF Button, A.M.; C. C. N. Walter, Secretary; Anna 
V. Chamberlain, Treasurer; Jennie S. Nai smith, ('on.; 
Carrie A. Kerchival, A C.; A. K. ('lark, ('bap.; Mittie 
\j. Feed, Adah.; Carrie IF Burdick, Ruth; Dora E. Craig, 
Esthej; Sarah T. Merritt, Martha; Kate El Hess, Electa; 
Mary A. Brown, Warder; C. E. Gillett, Sentinel. 

i\i>i.ri:\ hi \t ORDEB OP <>M> BELLOWS. 

(Hall northwest corner Franklin and Eleventh Streets.) 
Oakland Lodge No. lis — Meets every Tuesday evening, at 

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Fountain Lodge No. 198 — Meets every Monday evening at 

Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Porter Lodge No. 272— Meets at Kohler's Hall, 1506 Seventh 

Street, West Oakland, every Tuesday evening. 
Evening Star Lodge No. 263 (East Oakland) — Meets at 

Schiminelpfeimig's Hall, 764 East Twelfth Street, every 

Wednesday evening. 
Orion Lodge No. 189 (East Oakland)— Meets at Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, 555 East Twelfth Street, every Saturday 

evening. 
Enterprise Lodge No. 298 — Meets at hall, corner San Pablo 

Avenue and Twenty-eighth Streets, every Thursday 

evening 
Vorwaerts Lodge No. 313 — Meets at Germania Hall, every 

Wednesday evening. 
Oakland Encampment No. 64 — Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, 

555 East Twelfth Street, second and fourth Fridays of 

each month. 
Golden Rule Encampment No. 34 — Meets at Odd Fellows' 

Hall, corner Franklin and Eleventh Streets, first and 

third Friday evenings in each month. 
Oakland Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 16 — Meets at Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, every Saturday evening. 
Brooklyn Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 12 (East Oakland) — 

Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, 555 East Twelfth Street, 

every Monday evening. 
Sunset Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 109. 
Teutonia Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 105. 
Odd Fellows' Relief Committee— Meets at 10 

Sunday at Hall. 
Odd Fellows' Library— In Odd Fellows' Hall. 

day, Sundays excepted, from 1 to 9 p. M. 

Librarian. 
Odd Fellows' Hall Association — Meets at Hall last Monday 

evening in each month. Geo. Kirk, President; John 

McVey, Secretary, Otto Brown, Treasurer. 
Odd Fellows' Hall Association of East Oakland — Meets at 

Hall, 555 East Twelfth Street, second Monday evening 

of each month. 0. Whipple, President; E. Bangle, 

Secretary; George Chase, Treasurer. 



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California Lodge No. 1 — Meets at Fraternity Hall, Tuesdays. 

S. A. Pratt, M. W.; W. H. Wilkinson, R. 
Oakland Lodge No. 2— Meets 377 Twelfth Street. Robert 

Knox, M. W.; S. H. Mitchell, R. 



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Brooklyn Lodge No. 3 — Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, 555 East 
Twelfth Street, Thursdays. F. W. Davis, M. W.; 
George Chase, R. 

Occidental Lodge No. 6 — Meets at northeast corner Seventh 
and Peralta Streets, Fridays. John N. Bishop, M. W.; 
Will G. Hawkins, R. ^ 

Pacific Lodge No. 7— Meets at 377 Twelfth Street, Thurs- 
davs. E. W. Marston, M. W.; C. W. Baker, R. 

Oak Leaf Lodge No. 35— Meets at 377 Twelfth Street, Mon- 
days. William Cogan, M. W.; M. S. Baker, R. ^ 

Keystone Lodge No. 64 — Meets 377 Twelfth Street, Tues- 
days— J. J. Allen, M. W.; D. T. Fowler, R. 

Central Lodge No. 251 — Meets at corner Seventh and Ade- 
line Streets, Mondays. James Galavan, M. W.; Charles 
Gill man, R. 

Temple Lodge No. 11 — Meets at North Temescal, Mondays. 
R. B. Dixon, M. W.; E. J. Foubert, R. 

Bay District Lodge No. 226 — Meets at Klinkner Hall, San 
Pablo Avenue Station, Tuesdays. Henry Kurze, M. 
W.; John McCarthy, R. 

Degree of Honor. 
Dawn of Hope No. 1 — Meets at West Oakland second and 

fourth Mondays each month. 
Silver Star No. 2 — Meets at North Temescal first and third 

Mondays each month. 

Grand Army of the Republic. 
(Hall 419 Thirteenth Street.) 

Lyon Post No. 8, G. A. R. — Robert B. S. York, Commander. 

Meets every Tuesday evening, Grand Army Hall. 
Appomattox Post No. 50 — W. W. Jacobs, Commander. 

Meets every Thursday evening, Grand Army Hall. 
Appomattox Relief Corps No. 5, W. R. C. — Meets every 

Thursday at 2 p. m, Grand Army Hall. Mrs. Sarah J. 

Farwell, President: Mrs. Hattie S. Bracktle, Secretary. 
John A. Logan Circle No. 5, Ladies of the G. A. R. — Meets 

every Saturday evening, Grand Army Sail. Mrs. 

Young, President; Secretary. 

Lyon Women's Relief Corps No. 6 — Meets every Wednesday 

afternoon at 2 P. m, at Grand Army Hall. Mrs. Sarah 

M. Steele, President; Mrs. Sarah P. Lemon. Secretary. 

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Golden State Lodge No. 2058— Meets at I. 0. 0. F. Hall, sec- 
ond and fourth Tuesdays. 

Ivanhoe Lodge No. 1889— Meets Kohler's Hall, 1506 Sev- 
enth Street, second and fourth Tuesdays. 

Tahoe Lodge No. 1876 — Meets West Berkeley, every Satur- 
day. 

KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN RULE. 

Oakland Castle No. 69— Meets at A. 0. U. W. Hall, corner 
Franklin and Twelfth Streets, second and fourth Wed- 
nesdays each month. 

UNITED ORDER OF HONOR. 

Oakland Lodge No. 55 — Meets at Montana Hall, Seventh 

Street, second and fourth Fridays each month. Chas. 

Cornberger, President; N. C. Anderson, Secretary; 

Emily Fitzmaurice, Treasurer. 
Athenian No. 128 — Meets at Pythian Hall, second and fourth 

Tuesdays. D. J. Dimmek, President; E. M. Hanavan, 

Secretary; C. W. Gibson, Treasurer. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS. 

An association formed for the promotion of temperance. 
The Good Templar's Home for Orphans at Vallejo, Cal. 
(erected 1869), is sustained by this order. 

Fountain Lodge No. 193 — Meets at Medical Hall, Clay be- 
tween Tenth and Eleventh Streets, every Monday 
evening. 

Athens Lodge No. 286 — Meets at Medical Hall every Fri- 
day evening. 

Prohibition Lodge No. 412 — Meets at Congregational 
Church, Chase near Wood Street, every Tuesday even- 
ing. 

Brooklyn Lodge No. 384 — Meets at Washington Hall, 307 
East Twelfth Street, every Friday evening. 

Oakland Lodge No. 520 — Meets at Hall corner Thirty- 
fourth and Ettie Streets, every Tuesday evening. 

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YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

Capt. Isaiah Bray, General Secretary. Rooms, 865 Broad- 
way, and new building NE corner Twelfth and Clay 
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Oakland Grove No. 24 — Meets at Germania Hall every 

Monday evening. 
Mistletoe Grove No. 54 — Meets at Druid's Hall, corner 

Adeline and Seventh Streets, every Tuesday evening. 
East Oakland Grove No. 49 — Meets at Schimmelpfennig's 

Hall, 764 East Twelfth Street, East Oakland, every 

Thursday evening. 
Garibaldi Grove No. 71 — Meets at Pythian Hall. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

Court Pacific No. 7115— Meets at Foresters' Hall, 453 
Eighth Street, every Tuesday evening. 

Court City of Oakland No. 6959 — Meets at Hall corner 
Adeline and Seventh Streets, first and third Tuesdays 
of each month. 

Court Shell Mound No. 7261— Meets at Klinkner Hall, San 
Pablo Avenue Station, every Thursday evening. 

Companions of the Forest — Meets second and fourth Mon- 
days of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Court Mystic — Meets first and third Friday of each month 
at Grand Army Hall. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

Court California No. 202 — Meets at Fidelity Hall, corner 
Seventh and Peralta Streets. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Oakland Division No. 4, Uniform Rank — Meets at Armory 
Hall, corner of Washington and Twelfth streets, every 
Tuesday evening. A. C.McAlpine, Commander; Henry 
A. Holland, Recorder. 

Oakland Lodge No. 103— Meets at Pythian Hall, 1050 
Broadway, every Friday evening. W. R. Mathes, C. C. 
imuel Ferris, K . of R. & S. 

Live Oak Lodge No. 17 — Meets at Odd Fellow >' Hall, corner 
Franklin and Eleventh Streets, each Wednesday even- 
ing. George R. Scott, C. C; Henry A. Holland, Re- 
corder. 

Brooklyn Lodge No. 32 (Easl Oakland) — Meets every Mon- 
day evening at Schimmelpfennig'a Hall, 764 E Twelfth 
Orrin Page, C. C; 0. J. H. Luth, K.of R. and S. 

West Oakland Lodge No. 1 11 — Meets at Masonic Hall, cor- 
ner Willow and Seventh Streets, Tuesday evening of 
•1. month. 0. W. Deuel, 0. C.j A. M. Barrett, K o< R. 

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day evening. C. D. S. Cormiers, C. C; John C. Gohr- 
man, K. of R. and S. 
Rising Star Lodge No. 152 — Meets at Golden Gate every 
Wednesday evening. W. E. Rosemond, C. C; T. A. 
Donovan, K. of R. and S. 

ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS. 

Harbor View Council No. 188 — Meets at Klinkner Hall, San 
Pablo Avenue Station, Monday evenings. F. H. Pen- 
dleton, Councillor. 

Oakland Council No. 20 — Meets at corner Willow and Sev- 
enth Streets, first and third Wednesdays. Ann E. 
Thomas. Councillor. 

Unity Council No. 179 — Meete at Grand Army Hall 419 
Thirteenth street, second and fourth Wednesdays. D 
Irene Fields, Councillor. 

Oak Leaf Council No. 155 — Meets at Grand Army Hall first 
and third Wednesday of each month, at 8 p. if. E. M 
Hanavan, Secretary. 

Golden Gate Council No. 40 (North Temescal) Meets at 

hall opposite post-office, second and fourth Wednesdays 
A. de Marconnay, M. D., Councillor. 

YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE. 

Young Men's Institute — Meets at St. Mary's Hall. 

Young Men's Institute No. 8 — Meets at Masonic Hall cor- 
ner Willow and Seventh Streets, second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month 

Young Men's Institute. Branch No. 6 — Meets the first and 
third Thursdays of each month, at Young Men's Insti- 
tete Hall, southeast corner of Eighth and Grove Streets 
J. C. McAvoy, President; George L. Yager, First Vice- 
President; Frank T. Barlow, Second Vice-President- 
James McElroy, Treasurer; Ed. F. Holland, Financial 
Secretary ;'T. J. Kiley, Recording Secretary; Win. J. 
Cahill, Corresponding Secretary; E. B. Noblett, Marshal! 

NATIVE SONS OF THE GOLDEN WEST. 

Oakland Parlor No. 40— Meets at PyihianHall, 1056 Broad- 
way, every Wednesday evening. 

Oakland Parlor No 50— Meets at 1015 Clay. 

Piedmont Parlor No. 120 — Meets at California Hall, corner 
Clay and Eleventh Streets, Friday nights. H.' B. Bel- ! 
den, President; H. L. Tisdale, Secretary. 

St. Andrew's Society — Organized for the purpose of afford- 
ing relief to the sick and needy Scotch. * Meets at St 
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ing. Peter Thomson, President: D. Edward Collins, 
Vice-President; James P. Taylor, Fincinial Secretary; 
James Brown, Treasurer; John Thexton, Recording 
Secretary. 

St. George's Society — Meets at California Hall, every Thurs- 
day evening at 7:30 p. m. D. C. Harrington, President; 
J. VV. Carlen, Secretary. 

British American Association ( Oakland, Cal.) — Dr. E. M. 
Paterson, President; 0. R. Morgan, James B. Mackie 
and John W. Carlen, Vice-Presidents; S. H. Wass, 
Secretary; Peter Thomson, Treasurer. Meets every 
Wednesday at 3 p. m., at St. Andrew's Hall, 1056i 
Broadway. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS. 

Division No. 3 — Meets at St. Mary's Hall, corner Grove and 
Seventh Streets, second Wednesday of each month. 
Patrick Mullen, President. 

Division No. 2 — Meets at St. Mary's Hall, corner Grove 
and Seventh Streets, second Tuesday of each month. 
James Sullivan, President. 

St. Joseph's Benevolent Society — Meets at St. Mary's Hall, 
corner Grove and Seventh Streets, first Monday in 
each month. Owen Lanertv, President. 



HEBREW SOCIETIES. 

INDEPENDENT ORDEB b'nAI b'RITH. 

Oakland Lodge No. 252 — Meets at corner Thirteenth and 

Clay Staeets, every Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. M. 

A. Samuels. President; J. Krischner, Vice-President; 

E. Bernstein, Secretary; J. M. Cohen, Treasurer. 
Chavra Kedusha — A Hebrew benevolent association. M. 

II. Coffee, President; ML .Jonas. Secretary. 
Daughters of Israel — A benovolent association organized 

for the relief of the needy of the Hebrew persuasion. 

Meetings held in the vestry of the synagogue. Mrs. 

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Ensemble Club — Meet- every Monday at L2:45 P. M.. at II 
Fruit and Flower Mission — An association of young ladies 
who minister to the poor and Bick in hospitals and tene- 
ments, by taking them fruits, flowers, delicacies, and 

reading mutter Room, L375 Broadway. Miss Prances 

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M. Bower, President; Miss Eva Lukins, Treasurer; Miss 
Sara G. Ward, Secretary. 

Knights of the Golden Rule — Meets Thursday evenings, 
at 1015 Clay Street. 

Oakland Bar Association — A. A. Moore, President; J. C. 
Martin, Vice-President; Geo. E. De Golia, Secretary; 
George D. Metcalf, Treasurer. 

Societa di Mutuo Soccorso della Guardia Christoforo Col- 
ombo — An Italian benevolent association. Meets at 
hall, 416 Eighth Street, first Saturday evening each 
month. L. Barattini, President; Giuseppe Folcia, Sec- 
retary. 

Semandade Portuguesa da Ordem de Espirito Santo de 
West Oakland — A Portguese benevolent incorpora- 

x tion. Trustees: Antonio Cruz, Antonio Vieira, August 
Smith. 

Champions of the Red Cross — Meets every Friday even- 
ing, I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Western Shore Lodge N. 71, Brotherhood of Railroad 
Brakemen — Meets at Fidelity Hall corner Seventh and 
Peralta Streets 

Oakland Division No. 283 Brotherhood of Locomotive En- 
gineers — Meets at Fidelity Hall corner Seventh and 
Peralta Streets. 

Upchurch Legion, No. 9. S. K — Meets first and third Mon- 
days, at Fraternity Hall corner Seventh and Peralta 
Streets. 

Unity Chapter No. 65, O. E. S. — Meets second and fourth 
Mondays, at Fraternity Hall corner Seventh and Per- 
alta Streets. 

Grangers. Temescal Grange — Mrs. Babcock Secretary. 
Meets first and third Saturday of each month at I. O. O. 
F. Hall. 

Sons of St. George. Albion Lodge No. 206 — Meets at 1015 
Clav Street. 

Young and Old Club (social) — Meets second and fourth ; 
Fridays of each month at Grand Army Hall. 

Oakland Union No. 624, E. A. U. — Meets every Satuday at 
Fraternity Hall, corner Seventh and Peralta Streets. 

United Endoment Associates. 

Oakland Lodge No. 7 — Meets Synagogue Hall, corner Clay 

and Thirteenth Streets, second and fourth Fridays. 

Oakland Typograpaical Union, No. 36. 
C. D. Rodgers, President; T. W. Lockwood, Secretary; E. 
A. Cook, Treasurer. 



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Ebell Society. 
Meets in Hamilton Hall last Saturday of each month. Miss 
Dean, President, 

Reliance Athletic Club. 
Meets second floor Masonic Temple. 

Columbia Rowing Club of Oakland. 
(Boat-house foot of Alice Street near Alice Street Bridge.) 
Number of boats, ten, viz.: one four-oared barge, two four- 
oared shells, one pair-oared lapstreak, four single gigs, 
one single lapstreak, two single shells, .one canoe. 
Howard E. Shinn, President; Chas. R. Yates, Vice- 
President: F. L. Haven, Treasurer; Wm. McPherson, 
Secretary; Wm. McGillivray, Captain; Frank G. Drum, 
Vice-Captain: F. S. Stratton and J. A. Folger, Direc- 
tors. 

Oakland Canoe Club. 
(Foot of Alice.) 
W. W. Blow, Commodore; E.Russell Cooper, Secretary, 829 
(rrove. 

Oakland Camera Club. 

H. L. Adams, President; T. W. Sigourney, Vice-President; 

J. Leo Park, Secretary; Frank Rodolph, Treasurer. 

• Board of. Directors— -T. W. Sigourney, EL L. Adams, 

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OLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

[ndependenl Order Good Samaritans, Friendship Lodge 
No. 2— Me •- al Shattuck Hall, 453 Eighth. 

[ndependenl OrderGood Samaritans. Golden Link Lodge 
No. 3 — Meeta at shattuck Hall. 453 Eighth. 

Alameda County Medical Association— Organized Oct. 25, 
l >69. W. F. Southard, M. D., President ; E. M. Pater- 
son, M. D., Vice-President; L. S. Burchard,M. IV. 5 
tary ; R. Harmon, Treasurer. Number active meml 
in '; number of honorary members, 4 ; Dumber of non- 

idenl members, L3. Meeta at l L55 Broadway, 
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Fabiola Hospital A bion — Located uorth< 

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President ; Mrs. H. P. Livermore, Corresponding Sec- 
retary ; Mrs. A. T. Leighton, Matron. 

Sheltering Home — A temporary home for women and chil- 
dren. Miss Annie T. Athern, Matron, 1274 Franklin. 

Woman's Sheltering and Protection Home — Mrs. Emilie M. 
Chabot, President ; George E. DeGolia, Secretrry; 757 
Broadway, room 8. 

Oakland Hospital and Home for Invalids — Located on 
Twelfth, between Jackson and Madison Streets. E .H. 
Woolsey, M. D., physician in charge. 

Health Office — No. 510 Fifteenth street, under charge of D. 
D. Crowley, M. D. 

Dania Society — A Danish Benevolent Association — Meets 
at hall, 864i Broadway, every Wednesday evening. 
John F. Tyllesen, President ; Jergensen, Secretary. 

The West Oakland Home (A corporation) — Objects to ad- 
minister relief to roor and needy widows and orphans, 
needy children and unfortunate women. Location of 
office, 973 Campbell street, West Oakland. Directors 
and officers for 1889: Mrs. Wm. Crocker, President; 
Mrs. R. S. McWade, Vice-President; Mrs. E. M. Knight 
Secretary ; Mrs. Wm. Kirk, Treasurer; Mrs. Georgiana 
S. Bowman, Corresponding Secretary. 



GERMAN SOCIETIES. 

Deutscher Club— Meets 461£ Twelfth Street. J. F. W. 
Bahls, President; A. Koenig, Secretary. 

Germania Hall Association — Phil Conradi, President; Al- 
bert Kayser, Secretary; F. Sinram, Treasurer. 

Oakland Turn Verein — Julius Fischer, President; Gustav 
Schmidt, Vice-President; F. Sinram, Treasurer; Max 
Trustees: Phil Conradi, A. Tillman, F. Sinram. 

Verein Eintracht — Meets every Tuesday night at Verein 
Eintracht Hall. 

California Lodge No. 2 0. D. H. S. — Meets Germania Hall 
every Thursday evening. John Helbke, President; 
Henry Krake, Secretary; C. Blessing, Financial Sec- 
retary; David Vogt, Treasurer. 

Court Harmonie, No. 7547, A. 0. F. — Anton Mitchel, Dis 
trict Deputy; H. Schelke, P. C. R.; Max Franz, C. R.J 
Wm. Ludke, S. C. R.; Franz Harding, F. S.; Pfl. Hobj- 
man, R. S.; C. Allwardt, J. W.; Chas. Ravmaker, S. W.; 
Tai Krieger, J. B.; Julius Pflug, S. B. ; Dr. H. E. Mai- 
ler, Physician; Wm. Teassler, H. Gloz, Caspar Wen- 
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LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

WEST OAKLAND MUTUAL LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

(Office, Masonic Hall, corner Willow and Seventh Streets.) 
Incorporated July 21, 1875. Office hours from 6 to 8 
p. m. Monday and Thursday evenings. Meeting held 
second Monday of each month. A. Sbarboro, Secre- 
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This association is managed by a board of nine trustees, 

elected yearly by the shareholders. Meetings held 

twice a month. J. Greenhood, President: Charles K. 

Clark, Secretary. 
Equity Building and Loan Association — J. B. McChesney, 

President; G. A. Willard, Secretary. Office, 100;] 

Washington Street. 



BANKS. 

The Oakland Bank of Savings — Incorporated August 13, 
1867. Located northeast corner Broadway and Twelfth 
Streets. E. C. Sessions, President: W. W. Garth waite, I 
Cashier. Authorized capital, $1,000,000; Capital and 
Reserve Fund, $500,000. 

First National Bank of Oakland — Incorporated May L5, 
L875. Located at looo Broadway. V. D. Moody, i 
President, John E. Etuggles, Vice-President; A. D. I 
Thompson, Cashier; Capital, $100,000; Burplus, $130,- 
000. 

Union National Bank — [ncorporated May 26, L875. Lo- , 
cated northeast corner Broadway and Ninth Streets. 
Thomas Prather, President; C, E. Palmer, Cashier. 

Capital. $150,000. 

Union Savings Bank — [ncorporated May 26, L869. Loca- 
ted southeast corner of Ninth and Broadway. J. West 
Martin. President; A E, EI. Cramer, Treasurer. Loans, 
$1,7 18,739.67; deposits, $1,691,670.78; Capital. $300,- 
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Signs of the Times — A 16-page weekly religious paper. 
Published by the Pacific Press Publishing Co., corner 
Castro Street and Central Avenue. Subscription, 
$2.00 per year. 

American Sentinel — An 8-page monthly paper, devoted to 
the defense of American institutions. Published by 
Pacific Press Publishing Co., corner Castro Street and 
Central Avenue. Subscription price, 50 cents per year. 

Pacific Health Journal and Temperance Advocate — Thirty- 
two pages. Devoted to health and temperance. Pub- 
lished monthly by the Pacific Press Publishing Co., 
corner Castro Street and Central Avenue. Subscrip- 
tion price, $1.00 per year. 

Daily Morning Times — Republican in politics. Published 
b}' the Morning Times Co. H. P. Squire manager, of- 
fice, 950 Broadway. Price, 50 cents per month, deliv- 
ered by carrier. Official paper of the city. Only pa- 
per in California (outside of San Francisco) issued 
every day in the week. Energetic, spicy, bold. Gives 
the latest news. 

Enquirer — Issued every evening (Sundays excepted), and 
delivered by carriers at 35 cents per month. R *publi- j 
can in politics. Frank A. Leach, publisher and pro- 
prietor. Office, 960 Broadway. 

Daily Evening Tribune — Republican. Office, 413-417 
Eighth Street. Published by Tribune Publishing Co. 
Yearly subscription, $6.00. Delivered at 15 cents per 
week. W. E. Dargie, manager. 

East Oakland News (East Oakland) — Weekly. Republican 
in politics. James D. Nairne, proprietor. Published 
every Saturday. 

Oakland Journal (German) — Weekly. Albert Kayser, edi- 
tor and publisher. Office, southwest corner Seventh 
and Webster. Post-office box, 287. 

The Labor Advocate — Weeklv. Published every Saturday 
under the auspices of the Knights of Labor and Trades 
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Herald of Truth — A semi-monthly paper, devoted to the 

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Department No. 3 — John Ellsworth, Judge 
pires first Monday in January, 189."). 

District Attorney — (J. \V. Reed. Term expires first 
Monday in January, 1891. 

Deputy District Attorneys — Emil Nusbaumer and L. S. 

Church. 

Court Commissioner — D. M. Conner. Office, Delger 
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Sheriff — William E. Hale. Term expires first Monday 
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Under Sheriff— W. S. Barlow. 

Deputy Sheriff — Charles E. Aid en, J. C. Jamieson. 

Jailer— E. II. Woolsey. 

\ distant Jailer Jobu Morrison. 

County Treasurer— S. Huff. Term expires January 1. 
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County Assessor — Thomas Malloy. Term expires first 
Monday in January, 1891. 

County Surveyor — George L. Nusbaumer. Term ex- 
pires first Monday in January, 1891. 

Board of Supervisors of Alameda County, Cal. 
Regular meetings first Mondays of February, May, 
August and November. 

Members of Board — Hiram Bailey, District No. 1; D. 
W. Martin, District No. 2; Bart. Morgan, District No. 3; D. 
C. Brown, District No. 4; W. S. Pelouze, District No. 5; 
Bart. Morgan, Chairman; Chas. T. Boardman, Clerk. 

Order of Business. 

1— Roll Call. 

2 Reading of Minutes of Previous Meeting. 

3 — Reports of County Officers. 
• 4 — Reports of Committees. 

5 Reception of Petitions and Communications. 

6 — Unfinished Business. 
7 — Reception of Bills. 
8 — Allowance of Bills. 
9 — New Business. 

Standing Committees. 
Judiciary, County Buildings and Improvements — Pel- 
ouze, Martin and Brown. 

Auditing and Finance — Brown, Bailey and Pelouze. 
Roads, Bridges and Franchises — Martin, Pelouze and 

Bailey. 

Hospitals — Bailey, Brown and Martin. 

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. 

Consists of the County Board of Supervisors. Meets 
first Monday in July and continues in session during the 
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COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

(Room 5, Court House.) 
W. F. B. Lynch, Chairman: Win. Dukeon, F. M. Camp- 
bell, W. B. Ludlow; P. M. Fisher, Secretary. 

County Superintendent of Public Schools — P. M. 

Fisher. 

Deputy Superintendent of Public Schools — Mrs. Anna 

C. Fisher. 

Office days, Saturdays and Mondays, from 9 a. If. to 

4:30 p. m. 

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HALL OF RECORDS. 

Located on the east side of Broadway between Fourth 
and Fifth Streets. 

County Recorder — Rod. W. Church. Term of office 
expires first Monday in January, 1891. 

Deputy Recorders — W. B. Hamilton, Gecrge N. Masen. 

Copyists — W. H. Church, Charles L. Neale, George H. 
Furrey, Paul Schaffer, R. C, Vose, J. R. Taylor. 

County Clerk and Auditor — Charles T. Boardman. 
Term of office expires first Monday in January, 1891. 

Deputy Clerks — E. B. Overacker, N. G. Sturtevant, W. 
F. Hardy, Robert Edgar, Frank J. Krauth, W. M. Gilcrest. 

Public Administrator — James Stanley. Term of 
office expires first Monday in January, 1891. Office, 969 
Broadway 

Coroner — Henry Evers. Office, 865 Washington. Term 
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(Postoffice address, San Leandro.) ^H' 

This institution is located about twelve miles from Sjf 

Oakland, between San Leandro and Haywards. It affords ^^ 

a home for the indigent aged and infirm, and a hospital for <Q 

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Situated on Franklin street in rear of Hall of Records 

Building. Under charge of Dr. II. T. Legler. 00 ^ 

NOTARIES PUBLIC FOR ALAMEDA COUNTY. $ ~ 

N. Benedict. mmission expires September 1*2, ^ « 

10. ^ ~ 

George Br u mall. Commission expired April l-">. ISS9. p$ |= 

Fred L. Button, Oakland. Commission expires Decern- Kj §• 

her 20, 18 Xfl 3" 

Will M. Burrell, Oakland. Commission expired March hjj ^ 

- r> - 589< 6 

Edward Bernstein, Oakland. Commission expired E 

March 3, L889. H gf 

Ezra Burrell. Oakland. Commission expired April I. • E3 

L8* • s 

J. Callaghan, Oakland. Commission expired March Jaj 

3rd L889. 

A. \I Church, Oakland. Commission expired July 

26, L889. ^ 

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"« C. L t 'olvin, Oakland. Commission expires October 

8 14, 1890. 

o sT W- J- Ding ee ) Oakland. Commission expires April 

S IP 29, 1890. 

J. H. Delehanty, Oakland. Commission expires March 



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Sao A. J. Gillis. Commission expired May 1, l v ^^ 

§ +f ; W. Holtz, Alameda. Commission expired May 31, ^^ 



& * M. T. Dusenbury, Oakland. Commission expired Jan. 

£ I 7, 1889. 

John Ellsworth, Alameda. Commission expired March 



3 .'10, 1889 



*§ " James Gamble. Commission expires May 15, 1890 



^ 1 1889. 

£ © Carv Howard, Oakland. Commission expired March 

§ J 2, 1889." 

& § Thomas C. Huxley, Mission San Jose. Commission 

' expires May 28, 1890. 

C. T. Johns, Oakland. Commission expired March 25, 
1889. 

Lee Kenworthy. Commission expired August 12, 1889 
© g G. W. Langan. Commission expired December 5, ^ ^ 

^£ 1889 - £ w 

&+| A. C. Lawson, Oakland. Commission expired Decern- 9^ 

g g ber 9, 1888. — 

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* '£ ber 29, 1888. & ^ 
h x William A, Mix, Oakland. Commission expired April ~ ^ 
I e 1, 1889. 5 

* ^ J. W. Moss, Oakland. Commission expired April 1. ^ ^ 
' 1889. ^ P 

A. Kcenig, Oakland. Commission expired May 27, £ CD 

1588. $ g- 

Hiram A. Luttrell, Oakland. Commission expires April §. £-- 

19, 1890. >_ ^ 

A. B. Merrill, Berkeley. Cam mission expires February §J" P 

13, 1890. ' : ^ 

C, C- Marsh, Brooklyn. Commission expired Febru- J ' 

ary 27, 1889. |< (/) 

John R, Palmer, Pleasanton. Commission expires May g" c 

3, 1890. | 3? 

W, W. Palmer, Alameda. Commission expires April > X- 

30, 1890. n> ' 

J. M. Poston. Commission expire 1 ? May 3, 1890. f^ 

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W. L. Prather, Oakland. Commission expired July 18, 



) c J. B. Richardson, Oakland. Commission expired April 

®| 5, 1889. 

£?+5> George W. Reed, Oakland. Commission expires May 

g> p : 3, 1890. 

cgi J V. R. Raymond. Commission expired August 1, 1889. 

gj _ R. A. Redmond. Commission expired August 1, 1S89. 

g| 1 Ed. C. Robinson, Oakland. Commission expired Janu- 

ary 5, 1889. 

\V. EL Sanborn, Sunol. Commission expired March 
25, 1889. 

George B. Seaman, Oakland. Commission expired 
December 6, 1889. 

George M. Shaw, Oakland. Commission expired March 
30, 1889. 

Thomas A. Smith, Oakland. Commission expired De- 
cember 8, 1889. 

D. Stoddart, Oakland. Commission expired March 24 f 
^ 1889. 

\V. R, Thomas. Commission expires September 28, 
1890. 

Fred E. Whitney, Oakland. Commission expires June 
9, 1890. 

W. H. Wright. Commission expires May 5, 1890. 
W. A. Yates, Centerville. Commission expires March 
15, 1890. 



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TOWNSHIP JUSTICES. 

Alameda Township — W. H. Mahoney, R B. Tappan. 

Brooklyn Township — E. G. Mathews. 
Eden Township — I. I). Austin, L. J. Kenworthy, 
Murray 'Township — R. W. Graham, A. Yanderhoort. 
Washington Township — E. A. Richmond, Thos. Scott. 
Oakland Township — Emil Nushaiimer. 

Oakland City— V. \V. Henshaw, V. B. Ogden. 

Berkeley Township — A. II. Morris. 




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STREET GUIDE. 



Giving Official Name and Numbering- of Streets, Avenues, 
Lanes, etc., in the City of Oakland. 

The Numbering Is Furnished for This Work by Mr. Gerald 
L. Abell, City Number er. 



A, East Oakland, off Clark 
E of Hi^h. 

Not Numbered. 
A, fm Peralta nr Thirty- 
second W to the Bay (Watts 
Tract;. 
North. Street. South. 

300 Holden 301 

350 H >rton 351 

400 Hubbard 401 

450 Halleck 451 

500 Beach 501 

550 Gladding 551 

600 Surrh yne 601 

Abel. (See East Twenty- 
fourth.) 
Adams, E of Vernon fm Bay 

PI XE. 
Adams. (See East Four- 
teenth. ) 

Not Numbered. 
Adeline, East Oakland, E 
of Twenty-fourth av fm East 
Fourteenth N to Twenty- 
second. 

Not Numbered. 
East Fourteenth. 
Monroe. 
Quincey. 
Twentieth. 
Twenty-first. 
Twenty-second. 
Adeline, bet Che-tnutand 
Magnolia fm First N crossing 
San Pablo av at Thiity- 
eighth continuing N to Ade- 
line av. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 130 1 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1450 Nineteenth 1451 

1500 Twenty-first 1501 

1600 Twenty^ecmd 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

2000 Thirtieth 2001 

2100 Thirty-second 2 01 

2200 Thirty-fourth. 2201 

Thirty-sixth. 
San Pablo av. 
Thirty-eighth. 
Summer. 
Spring. 



Fortieth. 
Forty-first. 
Fortj- -second. 
Forty-third. 
Forty-fourth. 
Forty -fifth. 
Foity -sixth. 
Auburn av. 
Plumas. 
Sonoma. 
Shasta. 
Sutter. 
Menlo. 
Stanley. 
Mariposa. 
Benton. 
McKee. 
Adeline av. 
Alameda. (See Second av.) 

Alameda. (See Twenty- 
first av.) 
Albion. (See Twenty-eighth 

fm Telegraph av to Grove.) 
Alcatraz Av, fm College 
av W to the Bay. 

Not Numbered. 

College av. 

Moulton . 

Colby. 

Telegraph av. 

Shattuck av. 

Grove . 

Adeline av. 

King. 

Calais. 

Third av, North Oakland 

Baker. 

Idaho. 

Herzog. 

San Pablo av. 

Bay. 

Alden. (See Twenty-ninth 
fm San Pablo av E to Grove.) 

Alice, bet Jackson and Har- 
rison fm S Water Front N to 
Lake Merritt. 
East. Street. West. 

550 S Water Front 551 

600 First 601 

650 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 751 

S00 Fifth 801 

826 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh. 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 



1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

Lake Merritt. 
Alpine, S of Tehama fm 
Shattuck av to Telegraph av. 
Not Numbered. 
Shattuck. 
Dover. 
Amethyst, bet Weston av 
and Booth fm Broadway E. 
Not Numbered. 
Andover, E of Elm fm 
Plymouth N to Edwards. 
Antonio. (See Nineteenth 

av.) 
Apgar, bet Thirty-eighth 
and Thirty-ninth fm Tele- 
graph av W. 

Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Arroyo. (See Fifteenth av.) 
At hoi Av, E of Lake Mer- 
ritt, Peralta Heights. 
Atlantic, bet Pacific and 
William fm Ws of Peralta to 
Bay. 
North. Street. South. 

1600 Peralta ....1601 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1851 

Bay. 
Auburn, N of Walker av 
fm Adeline nr Forty-sixth 
W to Oakland Trotting Park. 
Not Numbered. 
Adeline. 
San Pablo av. 
Emery. 
Watts. 

Trotting Park. 
Ayala A v, W of Claremont 
av f m Sutter. 

Not Numbered. 
Sutter. 
Miranda. 
B, East Oakland, off Clark B 
of A. 

Not Numbered. 
B. junction of Peralta and 
Thirty-fourth W to the Bay. 
North. Street. South. 

150 Peralta 151 

200 Haven 201 

250 Hollis »51 



300 Holden 801 

350 Horton 351 

400 Huuoard 401 

450 Hallecfc 451 

500 Beach 501 

550 Madding 551 

600 Surrybne 6 1 

Baker Teme8cal,W of Third 
av Im Al atraz av S. 
Not Numbered. 
Fe't .n. 
Todd. 
McKee. 

GuMen Gate av. 
Bassett. fra San Leandro 
Road B Of Fruit Vale av S. 
• Numbered. 
San Leandro Road. 
Washington. 
Putnam. 
Warren. 
Bay Place, N of Twenty- 
iiuh hn relegraph av W t 
city line. 
North. Street. South. 

600 Telegraph av 501 

450 B ua Iway 451 

Ba.t ar fm Atlantic 

N to Verba Buena av. 
East. Street We<». 

750 Atlantic 751 

800 William 801 

850 Seventh 

875 Goss 876 

Short 

900 Division 901 

Tavlor 

1000 Seward 1001 

1050 Lincoln 

Twelfth 

.rtecnth ISO] 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

j teenth 14 1 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 -econd 1601 

Twenty fourth 

Twenty-sixth 

8000 B 2001 

Verba Buena av. 
Bay. I of bake Merritt fm 
Brooklyn NK. 
klyn. 
Peralta. 

Bench, bet Hallerk and Gla<l- 

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' and W 

av. 

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>. erba Kuena av. 
Berk with 'vand 

Diamond ' 

B r a, 
BrllrMir E I Fruit Vale av 
Road E to 
rait* av. 

red. 
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Shattuck a\ . 
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Grove 
Genoa. 
Ade.ine. 
Bruluh Park, E 8 of Thir- 
tn a\ and junction with 
Count \ Road N of Fast 
ieth. 
Birch > I Temescal fm N 
Broadway E toTeL-^raph av. 

• .Numbered. 
Broadway. 
Diamond. 

Beck r. 
Liberty, 
•nd. 
ry. 
Maple, 
Blair *.v. fm Piedmont av 
NE to Venal i\ . 

• Numl.ered. 
Pie<iniont av. 
Valle ito av. 
Monte ito av. 
Hillside av. 

Booth. !fof Mo-savfm Web- 
ster .i W to New Broadway. 
Not Numbered. 
Butler Av, bet Golden 
Gate av and Klinkner av fm 
San Pablo av E 3 bl *cks. 
N t Numbered. 
San Pablo av. 
Herzog. 
Idaho. 
Butler. N of Vernon cross- 
ing Br -ad way. 

N N unbered. 
Brando i Leandro 

Road E of Bassett S. 

• Numbered. 
Leandro Road. 

• n. 
Putnam. 
ren. 
Church. 
Lane. 
Bray A v. Bof Fruit Vale av 
fm San Leandro Road N to 
old County Road. 

Numbered. 
Bridjre. (See Eir>t av.) 
Broadway thing* 

too and Franklin 
Water Front N to citv limits. 
W,-:. 

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600 First 

650 Second 

700 Third 7<d 

760 Fourth 

800 Fifth 

• i - 

• nth 

th. 901 

950 Ninth 9"<1 

th 

•nth 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 

I Ifteenth 1251 

enth 

1401 

. entj first 

■ Mt\ fifth . 

1800 i Twc,,,N »>xth... ) iao . 
l9W ( Bay Place > 1801 



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1900H, unction W , eb3ter ll901 
( Mernmac Place, f 

1950 Prospect. 1951 

2000 Orchard. 2001 

2100 Hawthorne. 2101 

J mction Webster av. 
Xcw Broadway, continu- 
ation of Bruauway above 
city line. 

Not Numbered. 
K av. 
Weston av. 
Amethvst. 
B oth. 
Frederick. 
Mather. 
M Adam. 
But.er. 
Clifton. 

Fourth, TemescaL 
Huds 

.. Temescal. 

ad, Temescal. 
First, Temescal. 
Norm. 
F! >ria. 

: on. 
nJeatrai av. 
Broaluay. East Oakland. 

nth av.) 
Broekhurst, N of Thirty- 
id fin Grove W to San 
Pabi 
North. Street. Smth. 
650 Grove 651 

et »01 

Brook, E of New Broa 
8 : junction of Webster av 
Hawthorne continuing 
,.ird. 
Brooklyn, fm Lake Merritt 
N fourth £ 

to Fourth av. 
<e. 

I tol. 

•ie. 
II Aard. 

J Junction Clinton ) 
( and Fourth a\ - 
Brow ii. or Thirty- 
fourth, bt t T nty st 
and Walton hn Telegraph av 
w » Sai Pablo av. 
th. Street. South. 
500 Tele&rraph av 501 

Market 901 

Kriixh. t" | West and I 
fm i S 1 3ao Pablo av 
and Tweol y eecond. 

601 

650 Second 651 

Third 701 

irth 

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nth 851 

1 :h 901 

Ninth 

1000 Tenth 1.*>1 

Eleventh 1061 

lloo Twelfth 1101 

Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1101 

teenth lttl 

1300 Sixteenth . 1801 



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1350 Seventeenth 1351 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1450 Nineteenth. 1451 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1 526 Twenty -first 1525 

1550 Lydia ... .1551 

1600 Twenty-second ...1601 

San Pablo av. 
C, East Oakland, off Clarke E 

of B. Not Numbered. 
Calais, junction of Forty- 
fifth and Market N. 
Not Numbered. 
Forty-sixth. 
Forty-seventh. 
Tehama. 
Plumas. 
Sonoma. 
Shasta. 
Sutter. 
Menlo. 
Adeline. 
McKee. 
Todd. 
Felton 
Alcatraz av. 
Caledonia Av, bet Albion 
and Thirtieth fm Telegraph 
av W to Grove. 

500 Telegraph 501 

Campbell. (See Thir- 
tieth fm Telegraph av W to 
San Pablo av.) 
Campbell, W of Peralta 
fm Third N to Twenty-eighth 
East. Street. West. 

700 Thid and Peralta. 701 

Pacific 

750 Atlantic 751 

800 William 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth and Chase.. 901 

Tavlor 

1000 Seward 1001 

1050 Lincoln 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twentv-second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

Canning:, E of Telegraph 
av f m Maple N to Joy. 
Not Numbered. 
Capitol, E of Lake Merritt 
fm Brooklyn to Prospect. 
Not Numbered. 
Brooklyn. 
Peralta. 
Castro, bet Grove and Brush 
fm First N to Twentieth nr 
San Pablo a v. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

650 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth .. 801 

826 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh 851 

90) Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 



1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth 13ol 

1350 Se\ enteenth 135 1 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1450 Nineteenth 1451 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

Cedar, bet Pine and Bay fm 

Atlantic N to B. 
East. Street. West. 

750 Atlantic 751 

800 William 801 

750 Seventh 851 

876 Goss 875 

Snort 

900 Division 901 

926 Chase 925 

950 TaUor 951 

1000 Seward 100 1 

1050 Lincoln 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentietn ..." 1501 

1600 Twentv-second 1601 

170C TwentV-fourth . . . .1701 

1800 Twentv-sixth 1801 

2000 B 2001 

Center, bet Cypress and 
Chester fm First N to Per- 
alta and Seventeenth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 100 

1050 E eventh 105 

1300 Twelfth 110 

1350 Thirteenth 115 

1200 Fourteenth 120 

1250 Fifteenth 125 

1300 Sixteenth 130 

1350 Seventeenth 135 

Peralta. 

Central Av, East Oakland, 

fm East Twenty-seventh E 

of Highland av running N. 

Not Numbered. 

Chambers, N of Cottage 

fm Vernon to Lake av. 
Charles Av. (See East 

Twenty-eighth.) 
Charter, East Oakland. (See 

East Twenty-fifth. 
Charter, continuation of 
Twenty-second fm San Pablo 
av to Telegraph av. 
Numbered from 
500 Telegraph av. 
Chase, East Oakland. (See 

Third av.) 
Chase, fm Campbell and 

Eighth E to Bay. 
North. !>tre?4. South. 

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1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1851 

1900 Bay 1901 

Cherry, fm Telegraph av at 
junction of Racine E. 
Not Numbered. 
Cherry, off Temescal E of 
Maple. Not Numbered. 
Temescal. 
Birch. 
Chester, W of Center fm 



First N to Twelfth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

Chestnut, bet Filbert and 
Adeline fm First N to San 
Pablo av and Thirty-sixth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twentv-second 1601 

1700 Twentv-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty sixth 1801 

1850 Twenty-eighth 1S51 

20u0 Thirtieth.. 2o0l 

2100 Thirty-second 2101 

2200 Thirtv-fourth 2251 

Thirty-sixth 

Church, fm junction High 
and Railroad av W to Fruit 
Vale av. Not Numbered. 
Claremont Av, fm Tel 
egraph av N of Forty- 
seventh running N. 
Not Numbered. 
Vicente. 
Sutter. 
Miranda. 
Martin. 
Colby. 
Moulton. 
College av. 
Clark**, East Oakland, E of 
High S of Railroad av. 
Not Numbered. 
A. 
B. 
C. 
D. 
Clay, W of Washington fm 
First to San Pablo av and 
Seventeenth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

650 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth 801 

826 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh. 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1350 Seventeenth 1351 

San Pablo av. 
Clay, East Oakland. (See 

Ninth av.) 
Cleveland Av, continua- 
tion of Forty-fourth fm Tele- 
graph av E. Not Numbered. 
Clifton, E s of Claremont 



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av N of Summer E to College 


1600 Twenty-second 1601 


East, East Oakland, E of 


av. Not Numbered. 


Cypress, net Kirkham and 


Central av. 


Claremont av. 


Center fm First N to Peralta 


F.a-t Eighteenth, N of 


First, Temescal. 


and Twenty-second. 


East Seventeenth fin Fourth 


Second, '* 


East. Street. West. 


av E to Fourteenth av. 


Third, M 




South. Street. North. 


Fourth, M 
College av . 
Clinton, bet Grant and 
Countv Road E 8 of Moraga 
Valley* Road. 

Not Numbered. 
Summit. 


700 Third 701 


•200 Fourth av 2ol 


800 Fifth 801 

nth 851 


•250 Fifth av 251 


300 Sixth av 301 


900 Eighth 901 


350 Seventh av 351 


1060 Eleventh 1051 


400 Eighth av 401 






Union. 






Clinton, East Oakland, fm 


1200 Fourteenth 1201 


600 Twelfth av 601 


Fourth av N of junction 


1250 Fifteenth 1251 




with Brooklyn N.to city line. 


1800 Sixteenth "301 




Not Numbered. 


1350 Seventeenth 1351 




Brooklyn. 


1400 Eighteenth 1401 


800 Sixteenth av S01 


Peralta. 






Prospect. 


1MX) Twentieth 1501 


East Eighth, continua- 


Lincoln. 


1600 Twentv-second 1601 


tion of E ghth E of Lake 


Excels* or. 


Peralta. 


Iferritt to Sixth av. 


Hound. 


D, East Oakland, off Clarke E 


Booth. Street. North. 


Colby, bet Telegraph and 


of C. Not numbered. 


200 Fourth av 201 


College avs fin Alcatraz av S 


Dale Av, E of New Broad- 


250 Fifth av 251 


to CI a rem on t a v. 


way crossing MeAdam, 


East Eleventh, continu- 


Not Numbered. 


Not Numbered. 


ation of Eleventh E of Lake 


Alcatraz av. 


Dale, E s of Plea-ant Valley 


Merritt to Tnirteenth av. 


Sharon. 


av bet < ottnjre and Piedmont 


South. Street. North. 


Thompson. 
College Av, continuation 


a\s. Not Numbered. 




Delger. (See Twentieth.) 




Of New Broadway N to Uni- 
versity. 


Pemiison, East Oakland, 
tin Park av W t > San Anto- 








nio Creek S of Livingston. 
North. Street. South. 


250 Fifth av 25 1 


Junction Broadway. 




Clifton. 




350 Seventh av 351 


Hudson and Fourth. 


1100 Kennedy 1101 




Forest and Third. 
Second. 


Valdes 1051 

looo King 1U01 


4 Ninth ;i\ 4.">1 


Tenth av 


First. 


9-10 Shell Mound 961 




Claremont av. 


Diamond. W of New Broad- 


... .601 


Sharon. 


way mi Moss av N and fm 


Bast Vltt ee.nth, continu- 


Alcatraz av. 


Temescal N. 


ation of Kilt; euth B of Lake 


Col us u Av, S of Joy fm 


Not Numbered. 


Merritt to Twenty-fourth av. 


Ravin is E crossing Telegraph 


- av. 


South Si North. 


av. Not Numbered. 

ConiiiK'i'cc. B of Thir- 


Weston av. 

Temescal. 


First av 51 


100 S e .ndav 101 


th a\ fm E i^t Twelfth 

S .id. 


Birch. 
Vernon. 




Fourth av 8M 


En 

110! 


Division, continuation of 

■ i mi Wood to B H • 


:iv 


h av 801 




Street. South. 






Wood 






1801 




■ 

.1401 


I860 Cedar 1851 


Tenth av 601 






1600 1 


Dover, fm junction of < ■ 

and Fort v f Irrd N t > Km 


... 801 


660 1 h av .. .. 651 


] 


ton N ' Numbered. 


Fourteenth av 701 


4 <> ii f i.'i <" o «« t a. (Sec 


• y- third. 






v • 11! til. 




« )OI n ,n al 1 to fm 


Fortj fifth. 




SI. i >h av 


th. 


1 


one !• 


euth. 




€ "<»l t .>-• 








•na. 


i : 


Cod ntj Ko Moraga 


PIui 


1101 




una. 




ud. 




Kami Fourteenth, 




t( r. 


i K 




nlo. 


' 






th. 


Cnrtla 






S 10 






' 


Dan ■ \ iii<\ 




1 






' 


: ad. 
Unl( n. 

Put- 

l» ii in nt (0et Eighteenth.) 






400 Eighth u\ iOl 


1660 i 


iai ... 4 .i 



STREET DIRECORY. 



65 



600 Tenth av. 501 

550 Eleventh av 551 

600 Twelfth av 601 

650 Thirteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenthav 7ul 

750 Fifteenth av 751 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

850 Seventeenth av 851 

900 Eighteen th av 901 

950 Nineteenth av 951 

1000 Twentieth av 1001 

1050 Twenty-first av. ... 1051 
1100 Twenty sec >nd av. .1101 

1150 Twenty-third av 1151 

1200 Twtiitv-fouith av..l201 
1250 Twenty-fifth av. ... 1*51 
Adeline. 
Howard. 
East Front, E of Fallon N 

fm Seventh to Fourteenth. 
East. Street. West. 

850 Seventh . . . 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1000 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

Mast Nineteenth, N of 
East Eighteenth fm Fourth 
av E to city line. 
South. Street. North. 

200 Fourth av 201 

250 Fifth av 251 

300 Sixth av 301 

350 Seven th av 351 

400 Eighth av 401 

450 Ninth av 451 

500 Tenth av 501 

550 Eleventh av 551 

600 Twelfth av 601 

650 Thirteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenth av. . 701 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

850 Seventeenth av. . R51 

900 Eighteen th av 901 

950 Nineteenth av 951 

1000 Twentieth av 1001 

1050 Twenty -first av 1051 

1100 Twenty -second av.. 1101 

1150 Twentv-third av 1151 

1200 Twenty-fourth av..l201 

Eamt Ninth, continuation 

of Ninth E of Lake Mesritt 

to Ninth av. 

South. Street. North. 

150 Third av 151 

200 Fourth av 2 1 

250 Fifth av 251 

300 Sixth av 301 

350 Seventh av 351 

400 Eighth av 401 

East Seventeenth, N of 

East Sixteenth fni Fourth av 
E to Twenty-fourth av. 
South. Street. North. 

200 Fourth av 201 

260 Fifth av 251 

300 Sixth av 3 >1 

350 Seventh av 851 

400 Eighth av 401 

450 Ninth av 451 

500 Tenth av 501 

550 Eleventh av 551 

600 Twelfth av 601 

650 Thirteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenthav 701 

750 Fifteenth av 751 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

850 Seventeenth av.. .. 851 
900 Eighteenth av 901 



inoo Twentieth av 1001 

1050 Twenty-first av 1051 

1100 Twenty -second av.1101 

1150 Twenty-third av 1151 

Ea*t Sixteenth, contin- 
uation of Sixteenth E of 
Like Merritt to city line. 

South. Street. North. 

50 First av 51 

100 Scondav 101 

150 Third av 151 

200 Fourth av 201 

250 Fifth av 251 

300 Sixth av 301 

350 Seventh av 351 

4:)0 Eighth av 401 

450 Ninth av 451 

500 Tenth av 501 

550 Eleventh av 551 

600 Twelfth av 601 

650 Thirteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenth av 701 

750 Fifteenth av 751 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

850 Seventeenth av. . . . 851 

9)0 Eighteenth av 901 

95) Nineteenth av 951 

1000 Twentieth av 1001 

1050 Twenty-first av. ..1051 

1100 Twenty-second av. .1101 

1150 Twentv-third av ...1151 

1200 Twenty-fourth av..l201 

East Tenth, continuation 
of Tenth E of Lake Merritt 
to Eleventh av. 

S->uth. Street. North. 

150 Third av.... 151 

2'0 F urthav.. 201 

250 Filth av 251 

300 Sixth av 301 

350 Seventh av . . 351 

400 Eighth av 4oi 

450 Ninth av 451 

500 Tenth av 501 

East Thirtieth, N of East 

Twenty-ninth fm Count} 
Road to city line. 
South. Street. North. 

1050 East Twenty -first. . . 1051 
Knox a v. 
Highland a v. 

East Twelfth, continua- 
tion of Twelfth E of Lake 
Merritr to city line. 
South. Street. North. 

50 First av 51 

100 Second av 101 

150 Thud av 151 

200 Fourth av 201 

250 Fifth av 25] 

300 Sixth av .01 

350 Seventh av 861 

400 Eighth av 401 

450 Ninth av 451 

500 Tenth av 5"1 

550 Eleventh av . . . . 661 

600 Twelfth av 6>1 

650 Thirteenth av 65] 

700 Fourteenthav 701 

750 Fifteenth av 751 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

8 Seventeenth av ... 851 

9.10 Eighteenth av 001 

950 Nineteenth av. . . 951 

1000 Twentieth av 1001 

1050 Twenty-first av 1051 

noo Twenty-second av..lioi 
1150 Twenty-third av....H5l 
100' Twenty-fourth av..l20l 
1250 Twenty-fifth av....l251 

East Twentieth, N of 



East Nineteenth fm Fourth 
av E to city line. 

South. Street. North. 

200 Fourth av 201 

250 Fifth av 251 

300 Sixth av 301 

350 Seventh av 351 

400 Eighth av 401 

450 Ninth av 451 

500 Tenth av 501 

550 Eleventh av 551 

60U Twelfth av 601 

650 Thirteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenth av... . 701 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

850 Seventeenth av 851 

900 Eighteenth av 901 

950 Nineteenth av 951 

1000 Twentieth av 1001 

1050 Twenty -first av ..1051 

11(0 Twenty-second av.. 1101 

1150 Twenty-third av.... 1151 

1200 Twenty-fourth av. . . 1201 

East Twenty-eighth, 

N of East Twenty-seventh 
fm Nineteenth av E to city 
line. 
South. Street. North. 

950 Nineteenth av 951 

1050 Twenty-first av 1051 

Knox av. 
Highland av. 

East Twenty-fifth, N 

of East Twenty-fourth fm 

Thirteenth av E to city line. 

South. Street. North. 

650 Thiiteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenthav 701 

Glen av 

900 Nineteenth av 901 

1050 Twenty-first av. ...1051 

EastTwenty-first, N of 
East Ninete nth fm Fourth 
av E to city line. 
South. Street. North. 

•200 Fourth av 201 

250 Fifth av 251 

350 Seventh av 351 

400 Eighth av 401 

450 Ninth av 451 

550 Eleventh av 551 

650 Thirteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenthav. .. .701 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

850 Seventeenth av 851 

900 Eighteenth av 901 

950 Nineteenth av 951 

1000 Twentieth av 1001 

1050 Twenty-first av 1051 

1100 Twent\ -second av.. 1101 

1150 Tw nty-third 1151 

1200 Twenty-fourth av..l201 

East Twenty-fourth, 

N of East Twenty-third fm 
Fourth av E to city line. 
South . Street. North. 

200 Fourth av 201 

350 Seventh av 3U 

400 Eighth av 401 

450 Ninth av 4 1 

550 Eleventh av 551 

650 Thiiteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenthav 701 

Glen av. 

80 Seventeenth av 851 

950 Nineteenth av 951 

1050 Twenty-first av... 1051 

East Twenty-ninth, N 

of East Twenty-eighth fm 
County Road E to city line. 



66 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



South. Street North. 

950 Nineteenth av 951 

1050 Twenty-first av 1051 

Knox av. 
Highland av. 
East Twenty-second, 
N of East Twenty-fust fan 
Fourth .i\ B t>> eit\ line. 
South. Street. North. 

200 Fourth av 201 

250 Fifth av 251 

350 Seventh av 351 

400 Eighth av 

450 Ninth av 

500 Tenth av 501 

650 Eleventh av 551 

650 Thirteenth av 

700 Fourteenth av 701 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

850 Seventeenth av 851 

950 Nineteenth av. . . . 951 

1050 Twenty-first av 1051 

Twenty-third av . . 1151 

Bast Twenty seventh, 

N oJ Bast Twenty-sixth fin 

County Road to Fruit Vale a v. 

South. Street. North. 

Count v Bond. 

700 Fourteenth av 701 

Glen av 

950 Nineteenth av 951 

1050 Twenty-firstav ... 1051 
\ av. 
H Jiland av. 
Central a v. 
Shuey Lane. 
Fruit Vale av. 
Ea**t Twenty-sixth, N 
of Bast Twenty-fifth fm 
Count v Road E to city line. 
South North. 

Coontv Road 

Glen av 

ithav 951 

Twenty-first av. 
Bast Twenty-third, N 
of East Twenty-second fm 
Fourth :u E to citj line. 
treat. \ 
rtfa av 

• nth av 

411! 

Ninth a« 

550 

' 

700 

i 
Echo \ 

to I 
Ed ward .% \ 

th.) 

Ed ward 

Krai line. 

An'; 

h av. 
i ft teen th \ v. I 

I 

■ h 



1 1 



1550 East Twenty-first... 1551 
Eighteenth, N of Seven- 
teenth fm Lake Merritt W to 
the Ray. 
North Street. South. 

200 Jackson 201 

250 Alice 251 

300 Harrison 3oi 

350 Webster 351 

400 Franklin 401 

Broadway 4.M 

500 Telegra h av :"> l 

550 San Pablo av 551 

650 Gro\e 651 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush 761 

800 West 801 

850 Curtis 851 

900 M.rket 901 

950 Myrtle 

1000 Filbert 

1050 Linden 1051 

1100 Chestnut 

1160 Adeline 1151 

1200 Magnolia ....1201 

1250 Union 1251 

13P0 Poplar 

1350 Kirkham 1351 

1400 Cypress 1401 

1600 Peralta leoi 

1650 Campbell 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 

1900 Bav 1901 

Eighth Av, E of Seventh 

a\ tin East Ninth N to I 

Twenty-fourth. 
■ set 

950 East Ninth 1 

1000 East Tenth 

1060 Bast Eleventh 1061 

I 31 Twelfth. . . . 1101 

Fourteenth 

• : i 1251 

! • Sixteenth 
I860 - ntesnth. 
Moo East Eighteenth 1401 

ntieth. .. 
1 -• Twenty-first 

Eighth, N of Seventh fm 

Merritt vV to J 
North. St-. 

ii 



II 
201 



Poplar 



1350 Kirkham 1351 

1400 C\ press . 1401 

1450 Center . . 1451 

1500 Chester 1501 

1^50 Hem v 1561 

1600 Peralta 1601 

l«50 Campbell inf>l 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wo d 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

Eleventh A v. F. of Tenth 
av fm hast Tenth NE lo 
Peralta, 

l eet. West. 

Fast Tenth 1001 

lo.">o Eat Ele entfa P 51 

1100 East Twelfth uoi 

1200 East Fourteenth 1201 

Bast Fi'ti enth . . . 1261 

1800 East Sixteenth . . . .13 '1 

I Seventeenth . 1S.">1 

1400 Kast Eighteenth 1401 

Nineteenth.. . 1451 
• Twentieth 1501 

1650 East Twenty-first.... 1651 
1600 EastTwei t\ -seconn idol 
1650 East Twentj -third. . IK61 
1700 East Twenty-fourth.1701 

P ralta. 
Eleventh, N of Tenth fm 
Lake Merritt VV to .Market 
and fan Kirkham W to Cen- 
ter. 
North. Street. South. 

50 Fallon 51 

100 Oak 101 

150 Madison 161 

201 

Alice 251 

..81 

el" 

Franklin 401 

Iway . 461 

ton ... 601 

661 

Ji fferson ti ii 

651 

700 Castro 7nl 

Rrush " i 



. . . 

I 101 

I' I m h av fm 

i N to E I wards. 
Numbered. 

Elli: <nt\ fourth.) 

I I 1 

\ to 

Tenu si .1 Cn . k. 

i be red. 

w 

i:. 
u ) 

l-'.\o.\ \ I 11.1 

Iftior onl, 

' 
t.i W , ill. 

i 

■ 



STREET IRECTRY. 



67 



Fallon, bet Oak and East 

rront, fm S Water Front N 

to Lake Merritt at Fifteenth. 

East. Street. West. 

550 S. Water Front 551 

600 First 601 

650 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth 801 

826 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

Like Merritt. 
Felton, S of Aleatrazav beg 
E s Grove W to San Pablo av. 
Not Numbered. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 

Third av, Temescal. 
Baker. 
Idaho. 
Herz^g. 
San Pablo av. 

Fifteenth Av, E of Com- 
merce av fm East Twelfth 
NE to Commerce and Seven- 
teenth. 
East. Street. West. 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1150 East Thirteenth.. ..1151 
1200 East Fourteenth .. .1201 

1250 East Fifteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteenth 1301 

1350 East Seventeenth . .1351 

Junction Commerce. 

Fifteenth, N of Fourteenth 

fm Franklin W to Market 

and fm Kirkham W to Cedar. 

North. Street. South. 

■ 400 Franklin 401 

450 Broadway 451 

600 Telegraph av 501 

5L6 San Pablo av 525 

650 Clay 551 

600 Jefferson 

650 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brash 7M 

• 800 West 801 

900 Market 901 

1350 Kirkham 1351 

1450 Center 1451 

1600 Peralta 1611 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Wiliow 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine. L801 

1850 Cedar 1S51 

Fifth Av, E of Fourth av 
fm East Eighth NE to East 
Twentv-third. 
East. "Street. West. 

900 East Eighth 901 

950 Ea-t Ninth 951 

1000 Fast Tenth 1001 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth .. . .1201 

1250 East Fifteenth 1261 

1300 East Sixteenth. ...1301 
1350 East Seventeenth ..1351 
1400 East Eighteenth. . . . 1401 



1450 East Nineteenth 1451 

1500 East Twentieth. .1501 
1550 East Twentv-fir8t. . . 1551 
Fifth, bet Fourth and Sixth 
fm Lake Merritt W to Per- 
alta. 
North. Street. South 

50 Fallon 51 

100 Oak 101 

150 Madison 151 

200 Jackson » 201 

250 Alice 2ol 

300 Harrison 301 

350 Webster 351 

400 Franklin 401 

450 Broadway 451 

500 Washington 5 1 

550 Clay 551 

600 Jefferson 601 

650 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush 751 

900 Mai ket 901 

950 Mvrtle 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden ...1051 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1161 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union 1251 

1300 Poplar 1301 

350 Kirkham 1351 

1400 Cypress 1401 

1450 Center 145 L 

1500 Chester 1501 

1550 Henry 1551 

1576 Lewis 1575 

1610 Peralta ...1601 

Filbert, bet Myrtle and Lin- 
den fm First N to San Pablo 
av and Thirty-second. 



Street. West. 

Fi^e 601 

Third 701 

Filth 801 

Seventh 851 

Eighth 901 

Tenth 1001 

Twelfth 1101 

Fourteenth 1201 

Sixteenth 1301 

Eighteenth 1401 

Twentieth 1501 

Twentj -second 1601 

Twenty-fourth . 1701 

Twenty-sixth 1801 

Twe ntv-eighth 1901 

Thiity : second 2101 

First Av. E of Lake Merritt 
fm East Eleventh N to East 
Sixteenth. 

E;u.t. Street. West. 

1050 East Eleventh 1061 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

East Fourteenth. . ..12»>1 
East Fifteenth . ...1251 

First, Temescal, E of Clare- 
mont running NE. 
Not Numbered. 
Summer. 
Clifton. 
Hudson. 
Forrest. 
College av. 

First. S of Second fm Lake 
Merritt W to Peralta. 

North. Street. South. 

50 Fallon 51 

Oak 101 

Madison .. 15 1 

Jackson 201 

Alice 251 



East. 

600 

700 

800 

850 

900 

1000 

1100 

1200 

1300 

1400 

1500 

1600 

1700 

1800 

1900 

2100 



1200 
1250 



100 
150 
200 
250 



300 Harrison 301 

350 Webster 351 

400 Franklin 401 

450 Br< >ad way 4 1 

500 Washington 501 

550 Clay 661 

600 Jefferson fr'l 

650 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush 751 

900 Market 901 

950 M\rtle 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1051 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1151 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union 1251 

1300 Po ( lar 1301 

1350 Kirkham 1351 

1400 C vpress 1401 

1450 Center 1451 

1500 Chester 1501 

1550 Henry 1551 

1576 Le-*is 1575 

1600 Peralta 1601 

C. P. R R. Yards. 
Florio, E s of College av N 

of First. 
Forrest, E s Claremontav 
N of Hudson E to College av. 
Not Numbered. 
Claremont av. 
First. 
Second. 
College av. 
Fortieth or Evoy Av, 
fm Telegraph av W to Ade- 
line. 

Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Forty-fifth, fm Telegraph 
av W to Adeline. 

Not Numbered. 
Teletrraph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Forty-first, fm Telegraph 
av W to San Pablo av. 
Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Adeline. 
Forty-fourth, fm Tele- 
graph av W to Adeline. 
Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Forty-seeond, fm Tele- 
graph av W to Adeline. 
Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Forty-seventh, fm Tele- 
graph av W to Temescal 
Creek. Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 



68 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



West. 
Calais. 
Fort y-«»ixth, fm Telegraph 
av W to Adt 1 ne. 

Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 
West, 
Market. 
Linden. 
Forty third, fm Telegraph 
av W to San Pablo av. 
* Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Adeline. 
Fourteenth, N of Thir- 
teenth fm Lake Merritt W to 
the Bay. 
North. Street. South 

60 Fallon 51 

100 Oak 101 

160 Malison 151 

200 Jackson 201 

250 Alice 251 

800 Harrison 301 

350 Webster 351 

400 Franklin 4">1 

450 Broadway 

600 Washington 501 

550 Clav 551 

6)0 Jefferson 6 'I 

650 Grove 

Ton Castro 701 

760 Bru-h 7 r >l 

80O We^t 

Market 901 

950 Mvrtle 951 

1000 Filbert.. 1001 

1050 Linden 

1100 Chestnut ii"i 

1160 Adeline U. r >i 

ISO i M ujitolia 1201 

I'ni D 1251 

l.ir.... 

Kirkham 

mo. Cypress 1401 

1450 U 

16 "0 IV-ralta 16 »1 

I6f»0 Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 W . 

I'ine 

•r 
1900 lUjr 1901 

Fourth \ v I ot Third av 
fm l 

\\ -• 
itfa 

1000 r i Qth 

- .-ii t »i 

uoo 

tl 

I 

litll 1401 

11 1 

i70u 

ilia. 

■in. 



Mound. 

Fourth, hetThird and Fifth 
fm Lake Merritt to Market. 

North. Street. Sjuth. 

50 Fallon 51 

100 Oak 101 

150 Mad son 151 

200 Jackson 201 

250 Alice 251 

300 Harrison 301 

350 Webster 351 

4oo iranklin .. 401 

450 Broadway 451 

500 Washington 501 

550 Clav 551 

600 Jefferson 601 

650 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush 751 

900 Market 901 

Fourth, . emescal, £ of 
Third running NE. 
Not Numbered. 
Summer. 
Clifton. 
Hudson. 
College av. 
Franklin, Fast Oakland. 

(See East Tenth.) 
Franklin, E of Broadway 
fin First N to Walnut or 
T« eutv second. 
Hast. "Street. West. 

600 First 601 

650 Second 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth 

826 Sixth 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

UOO Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

l.'OO Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1'251 

1850 Seventeenth 1861 

Nineteenth or 

1450 Durant 1461 

1500 Twentieth or DeftjWr.1601 

TVi i odor 

1600 Walnut 1601 

Frederick , East ■ lekland, 

i'.n k a\ w t « an 

North. Booth. 

Park av. 

1150 Kenned] 1161 

inn valdec. 1101 



looo BheU Mound. 
Frederick B i N< s Broad- 

■ Qllbert. 
Frederl b nth 

ami N Inetesnth fm s.n P 

a\ t ph h\ . Num- 

i from 'lii :i\ 
Free m out 
Frledasam (See I 

ITIll ' 

Frail \ ale A \ 

■ nt) t bird u\ i unnli 
and i.nbered. 

Lena. 

Clior.h. 
W.rt n 

av. 
Putnam. 



Washington. 

San Leandro Road. 

Old County Road. 

QmSki 1 1. fm Webster avWto 

Gilbei t bet Booth and John. 

Not Numbered. 

{«eary. (See Thirty-ninth.) 

N ' Numbered. 
Genoa. W or Grove fm Te- 
hama N to Benton and Ade- 
line. Not Numbered. 
Tehama. 
Plumas. 
Sonoma. 
Shasta. 
Sutter. 
Menlo. 
Stanley. 
Mariposa. 
Adeline. 
Gilbert, E of New Broad- 
way fan Booth N to Mather. 
Not Numbered. 
B i >th. 

kill. 
John. 
Gladding, bet Beach and 
Surrhyne fm A N to Yerba 
Buena. 

Street. West. 

lo0 A 101 

I? 201 

Yerba Buena. 
l-l«'n Av, Kast Oakland, 
continuation of Seventeenth 
a\ fm East Twenty-fourth 
m: to Mist Twenty-seventh. 
Glen Av. K i of Webster 
av, Glen Echo Tract. 
: Numbered. 
Glen Echo Trart. Esof 
Webster av S of Mountain 
View Cemetery. 

• Numbered. 
Gold, E of Telegraph av Ha 

Edwards crossing Weston av. 
Not Numbered. 
Mii;'.na\. 
t av. 
- av. 
iton av. 
Golden Gate A v. N of 
Butler av fm Ban Pablo av E 
to Third av. North Oakland. 

• Numbered. 

i av. 
Heraog. 

• .'lO. 

Muk 

Third ai . N Oaklan.l. 
<;«>«.- breath fm wil 

lowWl 

North. St ith. 

1700 Will ..»■ 1701 

lr> d 1761 

1801 

Cedar. . . 

! ..1901 

Gronl Av, bit Sherman 

and i'b av 

I ■ iinbered. 

4. i:iu I . i nd, E s of 

bet 

Monl 

s..t Numbered. 

Summit. 

Union, 
«„ rOl Oi won and 

. Adeline 
a\. Numbered to Thirty 

vtb. 



69 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

650 Second . . 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth. 801 

826 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1CG0 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth 13 '1 

1350 Seventeenth 1351 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1450 Nineteenth 145 1 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1550 Twenty-first 155 1 

1576 Jones 1575 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1650 Twenty-third 1651 

1700 Twentv-fourth 1701 

1750 Twenty-fifth 1751 

1776 Sycamore 1775 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1850 Twenty-seventh ... 1851 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

1950 Twenty-ninth 1951 

Caledonia av. 

2000 Thirtieth 2001 

2050 Thirty-first 2051 

2100 Thirty-second 2101 

Thirty-third, or 

2150 Nolan . 2151 

Thirty-fourth, or 

9200 Brown 2201 

Thirty-fifth, or 

2250 Walton 2251 

2300 Thirty-sixth 2301 

Halleckj or Ettie, bet 

Hubbard and Beach fm 

Twenty-eighth bet Peralta 

and Campbell N to Park av. 

East. Street. West. 

100 A lul 

200 B 201 

Yerba Buena. 
Park av. 
Hampell, E s of Moraga 
Valky Road N of city line. 
Not Numbered. 
Hannah. (See Hubbard.) 
Hanover Av, Peralta 
Heights, E of Lake Merritt. 
Not Numbere I. 
Harlan, bet Watts and 
Haven fm Peralta N to Oak- 
land Trotting Park. 
East. Street. West. 

200 Peralta 201 

Yerba Buena. 
Park av. 
Trotting Park. 
Harrison, East Oakland. 

(See Fast Seventeenth.) 
Harrison, bet Alice an<" 
Wehster fm S Water Fr nt 
N to Twentieth and Lake 
Merritt. 
East. Street. West 

550 S Water Front 551 

600 First 601 

650 Second 651 

700 Tnird 701 

750 Fourth 761 

aO0 Fifth 801 

126 Sixth 825 



200 



201 



850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 N.nth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 TwePth 1101 

11F0 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

Lake Merritt. 
Haven, bet Harlan and 
Hulhs fm Peralta N to Oak- 
land Trotting Park. 
East. Sneet. West. 

( Peralta. ) 
IB. \ 

Yerba Buena av. 
Park av. 
Hawthorn, bet Thirty-first 
and Thirty-second E s Tele- 
graph av E to New Broad- 
way. 
North. Street. South. 

Telegraph av. 
Elm. 

425 Webster 426 

400 New Broadway 401 

Helen. (See Horton.) 
Henry A v. (See East 

Twenty-ninth.) 
Henry, W of Chester fm 
First N to junction Peralta 
and Ninth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

Hepburn. (See East 

Twenty-first.) 
Herzog, bet San Pablo av 
and Idaho fm Alcatraz av S 
to Klinkuer av. 

Not Numbered. 
Alcatraz av. 
Felton. 
Todd. 

Golden Gate av. 
Butler av. 
Klinkner av. 
High, E of Fruit Vale av 
erOdsing Railroad av N and S. 
Not Numbered. 
North. South. 

Warren. Church. 

Putnam. Lane. 

Washington. Clarke. 

San Leandro Road. 

Highland Av, Piedmont. 

Not Numbered 
Highland A v, fm 

Twent) -seventh av E of Knox 

av N. 
East. Street. West. 

1850 E Twenty-seventh . . 1851 
1900 East Twenty-eighth. 19i 1 
if). Past Twenty -ninth. 1961 

2000 East Thirtieth 2001 

Hillside A v. Piedmont, E 

s of Blair av S of Vernal. 

Nor Numbered. 

I! ills ton Av, Glen Echo 

Tract . 
Ilobnrt. (See Twenty-first.) 
II olden or Louisa, bet 

Hollisand Horton fm Peralta 

N to Park av. 
East. Street. West. 



2 Peralta 1 

100 A 101 

200 B 201 

Yerba Buena av. 
Park av. 
Hoi lis, bet Haven and 
Holden fm PeralU N to 
Park av. 
East. Street. West 

100 Peralta. 101 

200 B 201 

Yerba Buena av. 
Park av. 

Hopkins, fm E s Moraga 
Valley Road bet Dune in and 
Wilson E to Redwood Road. 
Union. 
Putnam. 
Stevens. 
Horton or Helen, bet 
Hollis and Hubbard fm 
Peralta N to Park av. , 
East. Street. West. 

2 Peralta 1 

100 A 101 

200 B 201 

Yerba Buena av. 
Park av. 
Howard, East Oakland, E 
of Adeline f>n East Four- 
teenth and San Leandro Road 
N. Not Numbered. 
Howe, fm Moss av E of New 
Broadway N to Catholic 
Cemetery. Not Numbered. 
Moss av. 
Booth. 
Gaskdl. 
John. 
Mather. 
Hnbhui'd or Hannah, 
bet Horton and Halleck fm 
Peralta and Twenty-eighth 
N to Park av. 
North. Street. South. 

2 Peralta 1 

100 A 101 

200 B 201 

Yerba Buena av. 
Park av. 
Hudson, fm E s of Clare- 
mont av N of Cli'ton E to 
College av. Not Numbered. 
Claremont av. 
First av. Temesoal. 
Se< raid a\ . Tei ieseal. 
Third av, TemeseaL 
H n ff A V. (See East Twen- 
ty-seventh.) 
Humbert. (See East Twen- 
tieth.) 
Idaho, W of Baker fm Alca- 
traz S to Klinkner av. 
Not Numbered. 
A 1 atraz av. 
Felton. 
Todd. 

Golden Gate av. 
Butler av. 
Klinkner av. 
Independence Square 
bet East Sixteenth and East 
N neteenth and Sixteenth 
and Eighteen' li ays. 
Isabella. W s of San Pablo 
av N of Twenty-fourth W to 
Twenty-second and Market. 
Numbered. San Pah] i S00. 
Jackson, bet lfadi«oa and 
Oak Cm S. Water »r>ntNto 
highteenth or DuranL 



70 



STREET DIRECTORY 



East. Street. West. 

550 S. Water Front 551 

600 First 601 

650 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth 801 

826 Sixth 852 

850 Seventh.... **51 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Kiev. nth 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth H51 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1261 

1350 Seventeenth 1351 

i Eighteenth. ) U01 
1400 | Lake Merritt. | ' lwl 
J a e k n o ii , Best Oakland. 

Eleventh.) 
Jackson, <»r Ea^tTwen- 
tieth. E of Thirteenth av. 
Jefferson, bet Clay ami 
Grove fm First to Seven- 
teenth and San Pablo av. 

•reet. West. 

6'0 First 601 

650 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 

800 Fifth 

826 Sixth 820 

850 Seventh 855 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 

1050 Eleventh 1061 

1100 Twelfth inn 

l k60 Thirteenth 1151 | 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

Fifteenth 1261 

13 m> Sixteenth 1301 

1850 nth 1351 

-;ui PablO a\ . 
JefferSOn, East Oakland. 
I Ninth.) 

Jeroej '■ ' N f,n 

S .t Numbered. 
John, fm Webster ai B to 
QUbeii bet Qsflkfll and 
Mather. Wot Numb red. 
J on cm. East Oakland, fin 
Fourth av E of CttntOD N. 
No Numbered. 
Fourth av. 
P 

Lincoln, 
i ■ laior. 
Mound. 
JniH'N, Fast Oakland. (Bet 

h ii\.) 
Joiicm. bel Twenty Bret and 
TV, Pablo 

av I raphav. 

(lumbered hn telegraph 600 

Joy. S of Al'-atrn/:i\ fm Ba 

. lite Bcrostin 
Julia, i i ' Oal la ■ 

Thirl 
Hcnii. «l> Bafll Oakland. 

v> oi Pai 

\,\\ Iniratoo. 
Demi 

KliiC ' ' ' Oakland. W of 
I ,1 i 

1 

ii 

000 Dennlaon 

k. .561 



.1801 



Kirkham, bet Poplar and 

Cypress fin First N to Per- 
alta and Twenty-sixth. 

East. Street. * West. 

6W First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 811 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Tweltth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1 201 

1250 Fitteenth 1261 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1350 Seven teenth 1351 

1400 Eighteenth 1041 

1450 Nineteenth 1451 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1000 Twenty-second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth .1.01 

, om t Twenty-sixth 

1800 ■) Peralta. 

Klinkner Av.s of Butler 

av tin San Pablo av E three 
blocks. Not Numbered. 
San Pablo a v. 
Herzog. 
Idaho. 
Knox Av, fm East Twenty- 
seventh E of Twenty-first av 
N to cit\ line . 

Not Numbered. 
East Twenty-seventh. 
F tst Twenty-eighth. 
East Twentj ninth. 
East Thirtieth. 
Knox Place, W » Tele 
iph av bet Sycamore and 
Albion. Telegraph 600 
L:i" .VfSeeEastNineteenth ) 
Lake Av, N of Lake Mer- 
ritt running NE. 

n ot Numbered. 
Cottage. 
Chambers. 
Luke, E of Lake Merritt fm 
Brooklyn N to Prospect. 
Numbered. 
Brooklyn. 

Peralta. 

Lake Mhore Av, E of 

L tke Met ritt fm Bay N. 
Not Numhered 
Lane. S.,t Church fm Fruit 
\ ale %\ to High. 

Not Numbered. 
Lunic, Bast Oakland. (See 

sixteenth %\ .) 
Laurel (Sec Twenty -fifth.) 

Lrnore (8e« East Eighth.; 
Lester A v.Peralta n« Ights, 

E of Lake Merritt. 
LewiB, W of Henry fm Firat 
to se\ > nth and I'oralta. 

Btreet Use! 

6oo First ... «oi 

Third .01 

801 

nth and Peralta. 
Libert) , e ot Beoond fm 

l'.iii, - ..I N. Not Numbered. 
Hir. h 

oil). 

Llll > , S of Colusa fm llacino 
l i)di av. 
n .r Numbers i 
Lincoln i . i fiakl tnd . 1 1 

M H of 

h line. 
s • •. imnered 

Suiniiiit. 



Union. 
Lincoln. East Oakland, N 
of Prospect fm Bay E to 
Fourth av. 
Watson. 
Oak. 
Spruce. 
Line. 
Clinton. 
Jones. 
Lincoln, bet Tavlor and 
West Twelfth fm W s of Per- 
alta to B-.iv. 

1600 Peralta. 1601 

1650 Campbell. 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1S51 

1900 Bay .1901 

Linda Av, fm W s Pleasant 
Valley av N of Piedmont av 
to Webster av through Glen 
Echo Tract, 
Linden, fm bet Filbert and 
Chestnut, First N to city 
limit 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 001 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

nth 801 

900 Eighth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

Twelfth 1101 

Fourteenth 1201 

sixte nth 1801 

Eighteenth 1401 

1600 Twentieth 1501 

T vent] second 1601 

Twenty-fourth .1701 

L8O0 Twenl ) Bixth 1801 

1900 Twentj eighth .... 1001 

2000 I hirtieth 2001 

2100 Thirt.\ ■second 2101 

"Tlnitv-iourth. I 

( San Pablo av. \ 
Linden. Temeacal, continu- 
ation „t Forty fifth fm Tel- 
iph av E. 

Linden, Temeacal, E of Ad- 
eline fm Fort \ first N to 
Tellies al < 'reek. 

\ r Numbered. 
Port] second. 
Port] third. 
Port] fourth. 

Port] fifth. 

Port] ihcth. 
LfTlng?Ston. Bast Oakland, 
fm Par* H YV to San Anto- 
nto Ci sek, 

North. Street. South. 

1160 Park av 1161 

IF Kennedy HOI 

\ 1051 

LOOO King 1001 

Shell Mound.. . 951 

Loensf B< ■ Twentj third.) 
Logan . (Sec T ilrtj -Oxth.) 
r.nni>n (See Bolden.J 
Lowell, w s Adeline fm 

Plumni N to Menio. 

N t Nillllhered. 

kdeUne, 

Sonoma. 

Bhasta. 

Sutter. 
Lank Av bet Morkct and 

fm Thlrtj ninth N to 
Port] •eooud. 

Not Numbered. 



STREET DIRECTORY, 



71 



Thirty-ninth. 

Fortieth. 

Forty-first. 

Iiydia, bet Twenty-first and 
Twenty-second fm Brush W 
to Market. 
North. Street. South. 

750 Brush 751 

800 West 801 

850 Curtis 851 

900 Market 901 

Lynde, East Oakland, W s 

Peralta av N of Bellevue av. 

Not Numbered. 

Madison, bet Jackson and 

Oak fm S. Water Front N to 

Lake Merritt. 

East. Street. West. 

550 S. Water Front 551 

600 First 601 

650 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth 801 

826 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh. 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1350 Seventeenth 1351 

Boulevard and Lake 
Merritt. 

Madison Square, bet 

Madison and Oak and Eighth 
and Ninth. 
Madison, East Oakland. 

(See East Fifteenth.) 
Magnolia. W of Adeline fm 
First N to Thirty-sixth and 
Peralta. 
East. Street. West. 

600 Fiist 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

8^0 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth ..1001 

1150 Twelfth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1450 Twentieth 1451 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth . . . 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

2000 Thirtieth 2001 

2100 Thirtv-second 2101 

2200 Thirty-fourth 2201 

Thirty -sixth and Peralta. 

Maple, fm Telegraph av at 
junction of Merced av B. 
Not Numbered. 
Maple, off Temescal E of 
Telegraph av. 

Not Numbered. 
Temescal. 
Birch. 
Mariposa Av, N of Merced 
av fm Racine nr junction of 
Telegraph av W to Dover. 
Not Numbered. 
Racine. 
Shattuck a\ . 
Dover. 
Mariposa, bet Benton and 



Stanley W fm Dover to Ade- 
line. Not Numbered. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Adeline. 
Market, bet Myrtle and 
Westfm First Nto Forty fifth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

650 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 401 

800 Fifth 751 

826 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1350 Seventeenth 1351 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1450 Nineteenth 1451 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1526 Twenty-first 1525 

1550 Lydia 1551 

1600 Twenty-second. ...1601 

1700 Tw enty-f ourth 1701 

1800 Twenty -sixth 1801 

1900 Twenty -eighth 1901 

2000 Thirtieth and S P av.2001 

2100 Thirty-second 2101 

2126 Brockhurst 2125 

2150 Thirty-third 2151 

2200 Thirty-fourth 2201 

2250 Thirty fifth 2251 

Thirty-sixth. 
Thirty-seventh. 
Thirty-eighth. 
Thirtv-ninth. 
Fortieth. 
Forty-first. 
Forty-second. 
Forty-third. 
Forty-fourth. 
Forty-fifth. 
Martin, W s Claremont N 
of Miranda. Not Numbered. 
Mather, N of Booth fm 
Webster av W to New Broad- 
way. Not Numbered. 
Me Adam, E s of New 
Broadway bet Birch and 
Vernon E. Not Numbered. 
MrCall, fm Mono av bet 
Shattuck av and Dover N to 
Benton. Not Numbered. 
Mono. 
Merced. 
Mariposa. 
MoK.ee, S of Todd beg E s 
of Grove W to Baker. 
Not Numbered. 
Grove. 
Adeline av. 
Genoa. 
Calais 

Third av, Temescal. 
T.aker. 
Menlo, N of Sutter fm Do- 
ver W to San Pablo av. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
Adeline. 
Merced Av, bet Mariposa 



and Mono fm Telegraph av 
W to Dover. 

Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Shattuck av. 
McCall. 
Dover. 
Merrimac, bet Bay Place 
and Prospect E 8 of Tele- 
graph av to Webster. 
Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Webster. 
Millbury, E s of Moraga 
Valley Road to city line. 
Not Numbered. 
Union. 
Putnam. 
Stevens. 
Milton, W s of San Pablo 
av nr Twenty-sixth W to 
Market. Numbered. 

850 San Pablo av 851 

Minn a, continuation of 
Fort v third fm Telegraph av 
E. 
Miranda, W s of Claremont 
av N of Sutter W to Vicente. 
Not Numbered. 
Claremont. 
Agala. 
Mono Av, S of Merced av 
fm Shattuck av VV to Dover, 
Not Numbered. 
Shattuck av. 
Merced av. 
Dover. 
Monroe, East Oakland, N 
of East Fourteenth crossing 
Adeline F. to Howard. 
Not Numbered. 
Montague, North Oakland, 
N of Powell f ii San Pablo 
av W to the Bay. 

Not Numbered. 
Twelfth. N Oakland. 
Eleventh, 
Tenth, " 

Ninth. 

Eighth, •« 

Seventh, " 

Sixth, " 

Fifth. " 

Fourth. " 

Third, " 

Second, •' 

First, " 

Bay, 
Monterito Av, Piedmont, 

E s of Blair S of Hillside. 
Montgomery, bet Gilbert 
and Howe fm Booth N to 
Roman Catholic Cemetery. 
Booth. 
(Jaskill. 
John. 
Mather. 
Montgomery. E s of Mo- 
raga Valley Road bet Lincoln 
and Grant Numbered. 
Summit. 
Union. 
Moraga Road, E of 
Mountain View Cemetery fm 
Piedmont Railroad NE. 
Moraga Valley, County 
Road fm Thirteenth av at 
Peralta NE. 
Lincoln. 
Montgomery. 
Grant. 
County Road. 



Duncan. 
Hopkins. 

Wilson. 
Millbury. 
Hampell. 
Reed. 
Morgan, continuation of 
Tehama fin Shattuck and 
Telegraph ava. 
Morris, S of Sharon fm Col- 
lege a v W to Colby. 
Not Numbered. 
College av. 
Moulton. 
Mosh Av. continuation of 
Thirty-seventh fin Telegraph 
av E to Pleasant Valley av. 
Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Gold. 
Silver. 
Diamond. 
Broadway. 
Webster av. 
Moulton, bet Colby and 
College av fm Alcatraz av S 
to Claremont av. 

Not Numbered. 
Alcatraz av. 
Sharon. 
Thompson. 
Mound. N of Excelsior fm 

Fourth av W to Clinton. 
Mountain Av. Piedmont. 

Not Numbered. 
Munroe. Cast Oakland. (See 

East Sixteenth.) 

Myrtl«\ W of Market fm 

Fir.^t N to San Pablo av bet 

Thirtieth and Thirty-second. 

East. Stieet. West. 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Hghtfa 901 

1000 Tenth 1001 

IK 8 Twelfth noi 

1200 fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1801 

1400 Eighteenth. 1401 

1600 Twentieth 1001 

1600 Twenty second. 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth ... i7"i 

lnoo Twenty-sixth 

IMO Twenty eighth . . 1901 

eooo rhirtieth 2ooi 

Pablo av. 
Miiclc.ndi Av, E of 
Eighteenth av fm East 
Eh \> nt h NE to East Twenty- 
Ih. 

kreet W< I 

1050 East Eleventh 
1100 L101 

1200 irteenth. 1201 

I Fifteenth 
■■ ■ nth 
I860 

ntleth 
• rwentj Hi 

i tei i sent] fourtl 
1800 I i 

Mill I. ,1,1 I. 

«Cllt h f> W tO 



North. Street. South . 

500 Telegraph av 501 

600 San Pablo av 601 

650 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

760 Brush 751 

800 West 8( 1 

850 Curtis 851 

900 Market 9ol 

1150 Adeline 1151 

1250 Union 1251 

1350 Kirkham 1351 

1600 Peralta 1601 

Xinth Av, F of Eighth av 

fm East Ninth N to Peralta. 

East Street. West. 

950 East Ninth 951 

1000 East Tenth lOol 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth 1107 

1150 East Thirteenth .. 1151 

1200 East Fourteenth . . .1201 

1250 East Fifteenth 1 261 

1300 East six eenth. . . 1301 

1350 East Seventeenth . .1351 

1400 East Eighteenth. . . . 1401 

1450 East Nineteenth . . 1451 

1500 East Twentieth. .. 1501 

1550 East Twentv-tirst. .1551 

1600 East Twenty-second 1601 

1650 East Twenty-third. U6S1 

1700 Fast Twenty-fourth. 1701 
Peralta, E. O. 

Ninth, N of Eig-hth fm F 

Front Lake Merritt W to 

.Market and fm Kirkham W 

to Peralta. 

North, street. South. 

50 Fallon 51 

100 Oak 101 

160 Madison 151 

200 Jackson 201 

250 Alice 2"> 1 

300 Harrison 301 

350 Webster 351 

400 Franklin 401 

4.M) Broadway 451 

500 Wellington 501 

550 Clay 551 

• ffi rson 801 

65 1 

7<»o ( astro 7oi 

760 Brush 761 

800 West 801 

900 Market 901 

Kirkham. 
Center. 

Cypress. 
Chester. 

Henry. 

\olnn, bet Thirty-second 
and Brown fin Grove W to 

Pablo av, 

South 

Ciove 

w. -t 

Market 901 

Oak KM and Fallon 

(in i out N to take 

III i • if t 

\\« -' 

i 
t (tol 

Third 

i irth 7M 

801 

I 
860 Sleuth. 



900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

I860 Fifteenth 1251 

1350 Seventeenth 1351 

Boulevard, Lake Merritt 
Oak, East Oakland, fm N s 
Prospeit bet Watson and 
Clinton. 

Lincoln. 
Excelsior. 

Oak, E of Jersey fm Cottage 
N. Not Numbered. 

Oakland A v. E of New 
Broauway fm Bay Place N. 
Not Numbered. 

Opal, bet silver and Diamond 
fm Weston av N. 

N t Numbered. 
Oraii{t« k . Eof Perry fm Oak- 
land av N [•'.. 

\ t Numbered. 
Orchard, bet Prospect and 
Hawthorn E s of Telegraph 
av E to city line. 
North. Street. South. 

Telegraph av. 
400 New Broadway. ... 401 

4.')0 Webster 451 

Paf ifle, continuation of 
Third Ws of Peralta toG P. 
K. K. Yard. 
North. Street South. 

1600 Peralta 1601 

1650 Campbell ...1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1760 Wood 1751 

C. P. K. K. Yard. 

Park A v. beg at East 
Twelfth bet Twentj second 
and Twentj third avs run- 
ning s to Pai k. Uamoda. 
N ml < red. 
Twelfth. 

651 

■ le> enth .651 

i» nnison 601 

800 I si Tenth 601 

i 

Ninth. . 

l'uiU A\ N I Will. i Bucna 
av tin -an !' .I>l"av to Beach. 

n • Numbered. 

I'ahloav. 
Fmei v . 
Watts. 
Harlan. 
ii iv an. 
ii Ills. 
Holden. 
ii rton. 
Hubbard. 
Hall 
Be* ii- 
Park Plnro. fm Twenty- 
UXth W of >.m l'ablo av N 

t.. jfai i el 
I'ni'k (^< < Twentj seventh.) 
Patten kv.) 

Pearl, h vveb- 

i>iitlnuln8 H. 

I Ni'iih. I i d, 

Pearl, fm Weston N (bet 
o>, i Kub/X 
Ni»t Numbered 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



73 



Peralta Av, East Oakland, 
fin Old County Road E of 
Fruit Vale av. NE. 
Not Numbered. 
Peralta Heights, E of 
Lake Merritt N of East 
Fourteenth. 
Peralta, East Oakland. (See 

Twenty-second av.) 
Peralta, E of Campbell fm 
First N to San Pablo av and 
Thirty-eighth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

Pacific 

750 Atlantic 751 

800 William 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

Taylor 

950 Ninth 951 

Seward 

Tenth 

1050 Lincoln 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1350 Seventeenth 1351 

Junction Center. 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1450 Nineteenth 1451 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twenty-second. . .1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty -sixth 1801 

H£sK ghth } ««» 

Horton 

2000 Thirtieth 2001 

Holden 

A 

Hollis 

2100 Thirty-second 2101 

Haven 

2200 Thirty-fourth 2201 

B. 

Harlan. 
Watts. 

Thirty-ninth. 
Emery. 
San Pablo av. 
Peralta, East Oakland, E of 
Lake MerrittNof Brooklyn. 
Numbered. 
Lake. 
Capitol. 
Bay. 
Stone. 
Howard. 
Watson. 
Clinton. 

County road to Moraga 
Valley. 
Perry, continuation of Oak- 
land av N and E. 
Piedmont Av, E s of 
Pleasant Valley av N of Dale. 
Pierce, East Oakland. (See 

Eleventh av.) 
Pine, East Oakland, N 8 of 
Prospect nr Clinton. . 
Not Numbered. 
Lincoln. 
Excelsior. 
Pine, bet Wood and Cedar fm 
Atlantic N to Twenty-sixth. 
East. Street. West. 

750 Atlantic 751 

800 William 801 



850 Seventh 851 

876 Goss 871 

900 Short and Eighth. . . 901 

Chase 

Taylor 

1000 Seward 1001 

1050 Lincoln 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1 201 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twenty-second ...1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 17ul 

Twenty-sixth and A. 
Pleasant Valley Av, 
fm N end of Lake Merritt N 
to Piedmont av nr Cemetery. 
Not Numbered. 
Moss av. 
Cottage av. 
Dale av. 
Piedmont av. 
Linda av. 
Plumas, bet Tehama and 
Sonoma fm E s Shattuck av 
W to Adeline. 

Not Numbered. 
Shattuck av. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
Adeline. 
Plymouth Av, bet Haw- 
thorne and Edwards fm 
Telegraph av E. 

Not Numbered- 

450 Andover 451 

Elm. 

TelesTaph av. 
Polk, East Oakland. (See 

Twelfth av.) 
Poplar, bet Union and Kirk- 
ham fm First N to Peralta 
and Thirtieth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twentv-second ...KM 

1700 Twentv-fourth 170i 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

2000 Thirtieth 2001 

Peralta. 
Powell, bet Montague av 
and Villa av fm San Pablo av 
W to the Bay. 

Numbered. 
San Pablo av. 
Twelfth, N Oakland. 
Eleventh, " 
Tenth, " 

Ninth, " 

Eighth, •« 

Seventh, « 4 

Sixth, " 

Fifth, «« 

Fourth, «« 

Third. " 

Second, " 

First, " 



Prospect East Oakland, N 
ot Petal a f >i l^akc Merritt E 
to Fourth a\ . 

Numbered. 
Lake. 
Capitol. 
Bay. 
Stone. 
Howard. 
Teimnm. 
Watson. 
Oak. 
Spruce. 
Pine. 
Clinton. 
J"ncs. 
Prospect, bet Merrimac 
and Orchard, fm E s of Tel- 
egraph av to city line. 
Not Numbered. 
Te egraph av. 

450 Webster 451 

New Broadway. 

Putnam, E<st Oakland, fm 
County Road N. 

Not Numbered. 
County Road. 
Dun an. 
Hopkins 
Wilson . 
Mill bury. 
Putnam, fm Fruit Vale av 
N of Railroad av E to High. 
Not Nu b^red. 
Quincey. (See Fast Nine- 
teenth E of Thirtre th av.) 
QllillC.V, E Oakland, N of 
Munroe fm < ity line E. 
Not Numbered 
Racine, fm Telegraph av 
junction of Merced N to Al- 
catraz av . 

Not Numbered. 
Mariposa A v. 
Rose. 
Thorn. 
Lilly. 
Colusa. 
Rntton Av. (See East 

Twenty-sixth. 
Keed, East Oakland. E side 
Moraga Valley road N of 
HampelL 

Not Numbered. 
Rose, bet Cherry and Thorn, 
from Racine E crossing Tel- 
egraph av. 

Not Numbered. 
Ruby, off Weston bet Pearl 
and Gold, N. 

N< t Numbered. 
San Leandro Road, con- 
tinuation of East Fourteenth 
E. 
Saunders. (See East 

Twenty-second.) 
Second Av, E of First av 
from hast Tenth N to East 
Sixteenth. 
East. Street. West. 

1000 East Tenth 1001 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth HOI 

1200 Fast Fourteenth . . .1201 

1250 Bast Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Fast Sixteenth. .. 1301 

Second, bet First and Third 

tm Lake Merritt W to Mark. 
North Street. South. 

50 Fallon 51 

100 Oak 10i 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



160 Madison 151 

200 Jackson 201 

250 Alice 

SOD Harrison 301 

850 Webster 351 

400 Franklin 4 1 

450 Broadway 451 

500 Washington 5U1 

550 Clay 551 

600 Jefferson 6j1 

650 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush 751 

800 Market 801 

Second, Temescal, E of First 
NE fm Temesial. 

Not Numbered. 

Temescal. 

Birch. 

Summer. 

Clifion. 

Hudson. 

Forrest. 

College av. 
Seventeenth At, E of 
Sixteenth av fm San Antonio 
Creek NE to East Twenty- 
Fourth. 
South. Street. North. 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1150 East Thirteenth ...1151 
1-200 East Fourteenth. . . 1801 

1250 East Fifteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteen :h 1301 

Independence Sqr. 
1450 East Nineteenth . . 1451 

1500 East Twentieth 1501 

1550 East Twenty-first. .1551 
1600 EastT.v 11601 

1650 East Twenty-third .1651 

Seventeenth. N I 8a 

teenth tin Lake Merntt W 1 

tre Bav. 
•h. Street, South. 

50 Fallon 61 

100 Oak 101 

150 

200 201 

400 Franklin 

idtnu ... 

:h av 

I'll* 

Ob 

6»0 .lefier-on 

650 Grove 

700 Castro 701 

l'.nsh 

800 West 

850 Garth 

I hirkham 

1400 CypraM 
1450 

NfXIltll ,%V. E n? 

av fm I 

Ka»t 1 irth. 

I ..-Ml. 
th 
tii 

rtitli 10 1 

1I<«0 |M( Tw.lfth 

I 
1 I • 

1500 Em* Tw< 
i56o tut re 



1600 East Twenty-second 16"»1 

1650 East Twenty-third. 1651 
Seventh, bet ' Sixth and 

_ th, fm Lake Merritt W 
to the Bay. 
North. Street. South 

50 Fallon 51 

100 Oak 101 

l'O Madis >n 1 .">1 

200 Jackson 

250 Alice 251 

300 Harrison 301 

350 Webster 3.1 

400 Franklin 401 

450 Broadway. . 

500 Washington 501 

550 Clay 551 

6K> Jefferson 6 01 

650 Grove 6 1 

700 Castro ... 701 

750 Brush 751 

800 West 

90) Market 901 

950 M vi tie 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 10 1 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1151 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1-250 Union 1251 

Poplar 

1350 Kirk ham 1851 

1400 (y press 1401 

1450 Center 1451 

1500 Chester 1501 

1550 Henry 

1600 Lewis* and Peralta.l 6 1 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wo d 

Pine 

Cedar 

1900 Bay 19ol 

Nc«ard, bet Tavlor and 
Lincoln W s of Feralta to 

Worth. Street. South. 

1600 Peralta 1601 

1650 C ■mpbell 

1700 Will m 1701 

1750 Wood 

1800 Pine 

1850 Cedar 18 1 

1900 Bav 1001 

Sharon, S "f Abatraz av fin 
College av W to Oolbj . 
n t Numbered. 
I Uejp a\. 
M niton. 
MlinNtn una and 

Sutter fin Shattuek a\ W 

Adt 1 ne (al- 
bio k K . i a>). 

n t Hoabered. 

Shattuek av. 

• r 
drove. 

eoe> 

A<1« ' 
Hlinllink Av, from V 

i .iph a\ . 

seventh. 

Alpine 
Trlitma. 
Plumas, 
ma. 

SIlRJlta. 

ter. 
Mono. 



Merced a v. 
Mariposa av. 
Benton. 
Shell Mound, W of King, 

East Oakland. 
East. Street. West. 

600 Livingston 601 

550 lientiis ...... - . 551 

Frederick 501 

Sherman Av, bet Thirty- 
i and Grant av im Tele- 
graph av B to G 

Not Numbered. 
Short, N of Goss fm Pine I 
t» Bav. 

8'K) Pine 1801 

Division 

I edar 

Hay 1901 

Shuey Lane, fm S s of E 
Twenty-seventh W uf Fruit- 
vale a\ B 
Silver, bet Gold and Dia- 
mond fm Moss av N to 
West • Not Numbered. 
Simp-on Av. bet Twenty- 
third fin Grove E to Tele- 
graph av. 

Numbered from 
Telegraph av 500. 
Sixteenth Av. E of Fif- 
-v fm San Ant nio 
It Twenty-; 
a reet. 

100 East Twelfth 1101 

• Fourteenth.. .1201 

south 1251 

1300 enth ... .1301 

•oi nth.. 

at Twentieth 1501 

Sixteenth. N Oi Fifteenth 
fm Telegraph av \V to the 

<t. South. 

500 Telegraph av 501 

B • Pablo av 

< l.\ 551 

601 

650 I 651 

-to 701 

-h 751 

801 

901 

951 



: 

lioi Ci eetnut 

i ne 1151 

. nuUa 

1250 Union 

L80Q Pophu 1301 

Hirkham 

i \ press 

.. .1451 
1601 

Campbell 1051 

1700 Willow 1701 

I . 1901 

Sixth \\ . B I i • 

t > ■ S to I .1-: i 
t ■ ti.. 
| 

i ,-r Ninth 

10oO Mi 

• i aventh 

1101 

i a»t t Ifteenth 1261 



1300 East Sixteenth 1301 

1350 East Seventeenth. . . 1351 

1400 East Eighteenth 1401 

1450 East Nineteenth ...1451 

Sixth, het Fifth and S venth 

fm Lake Merritt W to Market. 

North. Street. South 

50 Fallon 51 

100 Oak 1"1 

150 Madison 151 

200 Jackson '201 

250 Alice 251 

300 Harrison 301 

350 Webster 351 

400 Franklin 401 

450 Broadway 451 

500 Washington 501 

550 Clav 551 

600 Jefferson 601 

650 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush 751 

Market. 

Sonoma, het Plumas and 
Shasta from E s Shattuck 
av W to Adeline. 

N<«t Numbered. 

Shattuck ay. 

Dover. 

Grove. 

Genoa. 

Calais. 

Adeline. 

South Water Front, 

S of Water fm Lake Merritt 
to Market (projected). 

Spruce, East Oakland, bet 
Pine and Oak N s of Pros- 
pect. Numbered. 
Lincoln. 

Excelsior. 

Stanley, bet Menlo and 
Mariposa av fm Dover W to 
Adeline. 

Not Numbered. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Adeline. 
Stevens, East Oakland, fm 
Count} Road N. 

Numbered. 
Duncan. 
Hopkins. 
Wilson. 
Millbury. 
Stone, E of Lake Merritt f m 
Broukyn to Prospect. 
Numbered. 
Brooklyn. 
Peralta. 
String:, bet Thirty-eighth 
and Fortieth N of Summer 
fm Adeline NE one block. 
Strode. (See Fifth av.) 
Sn lli van (See East 

Twenty-third.) 
Summer, E s of Claremont 
av N of junction with Tele- 
graph av E. 

Not Numbered. 
Claremont. 
First av, Temescal. 
Second av, Temescal. 
Third av, Temescal. 
Summer, N of junction 
of Thirty-eighth and Ade- 
line NE one block. 

Not Numbered. 
Summit At, Glen Echo 
Tract, E of Webster av. 



Summit, bet Telegraph av 
and Webster fm Prospect N 
to Hawthorn av. 

Numbered. 

1950 Prospect 1951 

Orchard. 

Summit, East Oakland, W 
of Union. Numbered. 
Lincoln. 
Montgomery. 
Grant. 
Clinton. 
Sumter, E of New Broad- 
way fm Anderson. 
Surrhyne, W of Gladding 
fm A to B. 

100 A 101 

200 B 201 

Sutter, bet Sh;.sta and 
Menlo fm Shattuck av W to 
San Pablo av; also two 
blocks E 8 of Tehgraph av. 
Not Numbered. 
Shattuck av. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
Adeline. 
Sycamore, bet Twenty-fifth 
and Twenty-sixth fm San 
Pablo av W to Telegrap'i a\. 
North. Street. South. 

500 Telegraph av 501 

650 Grove 651 

San Pablo av. 

Nan Pablo Av, fm junc- 
tion of Fourteen h & Broad- 
way Sts northerly to West 
Berkeley. 

1200 Fourteenth, east side. 

1251 Fifteenth, west side. 

1300 Sixteenth. 

1350 Seventeenth. 

1400 Eighteenth. 

1450 Nineteenth, or Frederick, 

east side. 

1451 Curves, west side. 
1476 Williams, east side. 
1501 Grove, west side. 

1500 Twentieth, or Delger.east 
side. 
Grove, west side. 

1526 Twenty-first, or Hobart, 
east side. 

1551 Twenty-first, west. 

1570 Jones, east. 

1600 Twenty-second, or Char- 
ter. 

1625 Brush, west side. 

1650 Locust. 

1700 Twenty-fourth, or Elm, 
east side. 

1750 Twenty-fifth, or Laurel, 
east side. 

1776 Sycamore, east side. 

1800 Twenty-sixth, east side. 
Milton, west s de. 

1826 Park, east side. 

1825 Twenty - seventh, west 
side. 

1900 Twenty -eighth, or Wal- 
lace, east side. 
Twenty -eighth, west s'd. 

1950 Twenty-ninth, or Alden. 

1975 Market, west side. 

2000 Thirtieth, or Campb 11, 

east side, junction of 
Market. 

2001 Thirtieth, west side. 
2060 Thirty-first, east side. 



2051 Myrtle, west side. 
I 21 Thirtv -second, east side. 
2101 Twenty-second, west s'd. 

Brockhurst, east side. 
2150 Thirty-third, or Nolan, 

east side. 
2201 Tiiii t\ - ourth . west side. 
22)0 Thirty-fourth, or Brown, 
east side. 

2250 Thirty-fiith, or Walton, 

east side. 
Thirty-sixth, or Logan. 
Telegraph Av. fm junc- 
tion of Bio <lway and Six- 
teenth, running northerly 
to East Berkeley. 
1300 Sixteenth. 
1350 Seventeenth. 
14U0 Eighteenth, east side, or 

Durant. 
1451 Nineteenth, west side, 
or Fi ederick. 

14 East ski Williams. 
1"00 Twentieth, or Delger. 
155 1 Twenty-first or Hobart. 
1576 Jones, we4 side. 

1600 Walnut, east si e. 

1601 Twenty-second, or Char- 

ter, v\e&t side. 
1651 Simpson av, west side. 
1650 Twenty-third, or Locust, 

east .-ice. 
1701 Twenty-fourth, or Elm, 

weal side. 
1750 Twenty-fiith, or Laurel, 

east side. 
1801 Syi amore, west side. 
1800 B.> »'la(e, east side. 

15 >1 Knox, west side. 

19 '0 Merrimac, east side. 
1901 Albion we»t side. 
19 '1 Cdedonia av, west side. 
950 Prospect av, east side. 
2001 ihirtieth. west side. 
2000 Orchard, east side. 
2051 Thirty-first, west side. 
20. 6 Hawthorne av, east side. 
2100 Toirty-second, west side. 

2200 Plymouth, east side. 

2201 Thirty-fourth, or Brown, 

urpct Slllf 1 

2251 Ttiity-rifth] or Walton, 
west side 

2250 Edwards, east side. 

Thirty-sixth, or Logan. 

Taylor, bet Chase and 

Seward fm Peralta E to Bay. 

North. St>eet. South. 

1600 Peralta 1601 

167.0 Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1K51 

1900 Bay 1901 

Taylor. East Oakland. (See 

Tenth av.) 
T liaina, S of Plumas fm 
Shattuck av W to Temescal 
Creek. 

Not Numbered. 
Shattuck av. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
Temescal, S of Birch fm 
New Broadway E to Tele- 
graph a> . 

Not Numbered. 
Broadway. 



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STREET DIRECTORT. 



Diamond. 

I l Uer. 

Liberty. 

Second. 

Cherry. 

Maple. 
Tenth Av, E of Ninth av 
fm East Tenth N to East 
Twentieth. 

West. 

19 .0 Fast Ninth 9."a 

100" Fast Tenth 1001 

1060 East Eleventh . .. .1061 

1100 East Twelfth lloi 

IS 10 East Fourteenth .. . *3f 1 

it Fifteenth 1251 

18 Bast Sixteenth . . 

1860 East Seventeenth. . 1851 

1400 ast Eighteenth.. 

14 -• N neteenth 1461 

Tenth. N of Ninth fin E 
f r..nT Lake Merntt, \V to 
klta 
North. Mreet. South. 

50 Fallon 51 

100 Oak 101 

Hadison 151 

200 Jackson 801 

250 A i e 251 

Harrison 801 

i 351 

Franklin 401 

■jr." Broadway 451 

600 Washington 501 

550 Cl.v 551 

60 » Jrfterson 60 

650 Orove 651 

To 7<U 

Brush 751 

West 

900 .Market 

950 Mm tie 

l Filbert looi 

1060 Linden 1061 

lloo ( lie-tnut 1101 

Adeline 1151 

1800 Magnolia 

Uniun 1261 

Poplar 1801 

i 

Hon | 



1500 1501 

lta. 
Third \ \ nd at 

• Eighth N to 
nth. 

i West 

0o<> til 

• Ninth. . 

1 I'M. • 1101 

Third, 

I b fm Lake I 

fa. 

I ishlngtoo 

. . 561 



600 Jeffersou 601 

650 Oiove 861 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush 751 

900 Market 901 

Myrtle 961 

looo l-ilbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1061 

lloo Chestnut 1101 

ldi Adeline 1151 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union 126] 

1800 Poplar 130] 

1850 Kirkham 1351 

1400 Cypress 140] 

1460 Center 1461 

1 600 Chester 1501 

1.0 Henry 1551 

Lewis. 

Peralta. 
Third. Temescal, B of 
Second running NE fmTem- 
escaL 

X>t Numbered. 

TeuiescaL 

Birch. 

Summer. 

Clifton. 

Hudson. 

Forrest. 

College 
Thirteenth \v, E of 

Twelfth av fm Bast Eleventh 

NE to Peralta. 
Bast Stn West. 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth L101 

120 » Fast Fourteenth 1201 

1260 East Fifteenth . 

1300 East Sixteenth 1801 

I860 East Sev euteenth. .1851 
1400 teenth. . .1401 

1450 Best Nineteenth. .1451 
East Twentieth. . 
East Twenty-first. 
• ■ dl601 

n Dty-third..l661 
,"00 Eaot Twenty-fourth 1701 
dta. 
CoR • M mga Valley. 
Thirteenth, N ol Twel th 
tin EFr<>Ut nr Lake Merntt 
W ' and fn (enter 

W to Pine. 
North. SI south. 

Fs l.'ll 

100 "ik 101 

M tdisou 11 

■ - ■ 
LI ■ 

800 Harris. <n 80] 

Webster 

iklio 

H tsbington. 





701 
Brush 
M ■ 
M rkel 
1 

.1*01 

10 .0 Campbell 1861 

n 1701 

' • (laf is ,] 

I ■ 

Thirtieth \ 1 or Julia, 

! I Twcnu ninth »v. 



Thirtieth, bet Twenty- 
>■ jthtfa and Thirtv-seeond fm 
Telegraph av W to Peralta. 
North. Street. South. 

500 Telegraph av 501 

650 Gro\ e 651 

BOO West 801 

900 Market and S P av. . 901 

960 Mvrtle 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1051 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1151 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union 1251 

Poplar and Peralta. 
Thirty-eighth, fm Tele- 
graph av W to Adeline nr 
junction of San Pablo av. 
Not Numbered. 
Telegraph a\ . 
Crw\e. 
West 
Market. 
Thirty -lirst. N of Thir- 
tieth nn Telegraph av W to 
San Pablo ai . 
North. Street. South. 

500 Telegraph av 501 

650 Grove 651 

'•Vest B01 

900 Market 901 

San Pablo a\. 
Thirty-fourth, bet 
Thirty-second and Thirty- 
sixth m Telegraph av W to 
P i.tlta. 

50u Telegraph av 501 

a 

West 801 

900 Market 901 

- at and Linden.. 1051 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1160 Adeline 1151 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

Peralta. 
Thirty ninth or tjtaanr, 
tin Telegraph ■ P 
line. 

• Numbered. 
graph a\ . 
tii "\ e. 
s\ ( 

Market. 
Thirty second, N of 
t \ -first tin I\ [< I 
w • p 
North Street. tth. 

i'. 1 graph av 



-00 Wesl 

M 

- 1 Pablo av 

1000 Filbert 

Linden , ... 

1100 Chestnut.. . 

1160 Adeline 

lis 

1251 
.lta. 
Thirty -« v rnth, fn 

ipn u\ w Pablo 

.!>. red. 
h av. 

Wi 

Pablo a\ . 
Thirty -ixtli 1 I o-nn 
undart 1 It) line fm Tel- 
.; 1 1 at W to Pt ralta. 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



77 



North. Street. South. 

500 Telegraph av 501 

6>0 Grose 651 

800 West 801 

900 Market SOI 

1100 S 1'av and Chestnut. lit. 1 

1150 Adeline Ill 

Per lta & Magnolia. 
Thompson. S of Norm fm 
Mouh . to Polhy. 

N 'i Ntmnhererl. 
Thorit 1 et Lilly and Rose 
fm R»ci; e crujaiu a ice 
graph a\ . Not ^ u kj. 

Todd, b«* 22eK.ee a.i . Felton 
bey E s of orove uuiiuiiuiiig 
\\\o San Pablo as. 
Not Numbered. 

Grove. 

Adeliue av. 

Genoa. 

Calais. 

Third av, Temescal. 

Baker. 

Herzog. 

San Pablo av. 

Twelfth Av, E of Eleventh 
av fm Ease ienth NE to East 
Twentieth. 
East. Street. West. 

1000 East Tenth 1001 

1050 Eat Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth . . .1201 

1250 East Fifteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteenth 1301 

1350 East Seventeenth ..1351 
1400 East Eighteenth .... 1401 
1450 East Nineteenth 1451 

Twelfth, N of Eleventh fm 

Lake Merritt W to the bay. 
North. Street. South. 

50 Fallon 51 

100 Oak 101 

150 Madison 151 

200 Jackson 201 

250 Alice 251 

300 Harrison 301 

350 Webster 351 

400 Franklin 4ol 

450 Broadway .... 451 

500 Washington 501 

550 \Jlav 651 

600 Jefferson 601 

650 Grove 051 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush 751 

800 West S01 

900 Market 901 

950 Mmle 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1051 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeliue 1151 

1200 Matrnolia 1201 

1250 Union ..1251 

1300 Poplar 1301 

,350 Kirkham 1351 

1400 Cypress 1401 

1450 Center 1451 

1500 Chester 1501 

1600 Peralta 1601 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Wdlow 1701 

1750 Wood 1761 

1800 line 1801 

1850 Cedar 1851 

1900 Bav 1901 

Twentieth Av, E of Nine- 
teenth av fm East Eleventh 
NE to East Twenty-first. 



East. Street. West. 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1200 hast F-.u.teenth. ..1201 

1250 East Fifteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteenth 1301 

1350 East Seventeenth . . 1351 

1450 East Nineteenth. . ..1451 

1500 East Twentieth 1501 

Twentieth, N of Nine- 
teenth fm Lake Merritt W 
to Market and fm w s of 
Market N of Twenty-first 
W to the Bay. 
North. Street. South. 

300 Harrison 301 

350 Webster 35! 

400 Kranklin 401 

450 Broadway 451 

500 Telegraph av 501 

650 San Pablo av 651 

650 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

750 Biush 751 

800 West 801 

850 Curtis 851 

900 Market 901 

950 Myrtle 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1051 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1151 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union 1251 

1300 Poplar 1301 

1350 Kirkham 1351 

Cypress 

1600 Peralta 1601 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow 17<)1 

1750 Uood 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1851 

1900 Bay 1901 

Tw»nty-eighth, bet 

Twenty-sixth and Thirtieth 

fm Telegraph av W to Beach. 

North. Street. South. 

500 Telegraph av 501 

650 Grove 651 

850 San Pablo av 851 

900 Market 901 

950 Mvrtle 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden IOoj 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1151 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union 1251 

1300 Poplar 1301 

1600 'Peralta 1601 

Hubbard. 
Halleck. 

Twenty-fifth or Lau- 
rel, bet Twenty -fourth and 
Twenty -sixth fm Broadway 
W to San Pablo av. 
North Street. South. 

450 Broadway 451 

650 Grove 651 

San Pablo av 

Twenty -first A v. E of 
Twentieth av fm East Elev- 
enth NE to East Thirtieth. 
East. Street. Wesx. 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth ... 1201 

1250 East Ffteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteenth 1301 

1350 East Seventeenth. . . 1351 



1450 East Nineteenth .... 1451 

1500 East Twentieth ... .1601 

1550 East Tw nty-first .1551 

1600 E 8tTwentv-secondl601 

1650 East Twenty third .1651 

1 00 East Twenty -fourth 1701 

1750 East Twenty -fifth . . .1 51 

18'i0 East Twenty-sixth . . 1S01 

1850 E. Tweitv-seventh 1851 

1900 E. Twentv-eijfbth .1901 

1950 E. Twenty-ninth . . .1951 

Twenty-first, N of Twen- 
tieth fm N. Broadway W to 
Market. 
North. Street. South. 

Broadway. 

500 Telegraph av 501 

650 Grove 651 

6 San Pablo av 651 

750 Brush ,..7&l 

80i West 801 

850 Curtis 851 

900 Market 901 

Twentj'-fourth Av, E 

of Twenty third av fm East 

Eleventh NE to city line. 

East. Street. West. 

1050 East Eleventh.. . 1051 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1 200 East Fourteenth 1201 

1250 East Fifteenth. .. .1251 

1300 East Sixteenth 1301 

13>0 East Seventeenth. .1351 
1450 East Nineteenth ...1451 

1500 East Twentieth 1501 

1550 East Twenty -first. . .1551 

Twenty- third Av, E of 
Twenty-second av fm East 
fa leventh NE to city line. 
East. Street. West. 

Oho East Eleventh 601 

1050 East Twelfth 1051 

1200 East, Fourteenth ... 1201 

1250 East Fifteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteenth 13 >l 

1350 Ea*t Seventeenth 1351 
1450 East Nineteen tli.... 1451 
1500 East Twentieth. .. 1501 
15) East Twenty-first. ..1551 

Twenty-fourth or £lm, 
bet Twenty-third and Twen- 
ty-fifth fin city line W to San 
Paul > a\ and fm Market to 
the Bay. 
North. * Street. South. 

350 Webster 351 

450 Broadway 451 

Valley 

500 Telegraph av 501 

650 Grove 651 

San Pablo av 

900 Market 901 

950 Mvrtle 951 

000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1051 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1151 

12 h> Ifagnolia 1201 

1250 Union 1251 

1300 Poplar 1301 

1350 Kirkham 1351 

1600 Peralta 1601 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Wi low 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1S00 Pine 1S01 

1850 Cedar in>i 

Twenty-second. Av, E 
of Twenty-first av fm East 
Eleventh NE to East Twenty- 
first. 



78 



STREET DIBECTORY. 



Bast Street West. 

650 EastEleventh 551 

600 East Twe.fth. ... 601 

700 East Fourteenth . . 701 

750 East Fifteenth 751 

800 East Sixteenth 801 

860 East Seventeenth . . 851 

1000 Ea9t Nineteenth... .1001 

1050 East Twentieth 1051 

Twenty-second, N of 

Tvveut\ -first fm Lake Merritt 
to the bay, E of San Fa bio 
av called Charter, E of Tele- 
graph av call, d Walnut. 
North. Street. South. 

250 \Va\ oi lv Place 251 

276 V.dJez 275 

3>0 We ster 3">0 

400 Franklin 401 

450 Broadway 4 1 

5iK) Telegraph av 501 

650 Grove 651 

San Pablo av 

750 Brush 751 

800 West 801 

8 Curtis 

900 Marke 901 

950 Myrtle . 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1051 

lioo Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1151 

Magnolia 1201 

Union 1251 

1300 Poplar 1301 

16o0 Peral-a 16(H 

1650 Campbell 1651 

170) Willow 1701 

W i.)d 1751 

18 "O Pine 1H01 

18.)0 Cedar 

1900 Bay 1901 

Twenty-sixth N I 
in re tin Ci uve W bo H 

Street. South. 

<;ro\e 

800 W,->t 

850 San Pablo av 

Market 9 5 

Mm tie 

1000 Filbert 

Linden 

1100 I hestnnt 

line 1151 

nulia 1201 

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Union, East Oakland, N fm 
Fourteenth av and Lincoln . 
Lincoln. 
Montgomery. 
Grant. 
Clinton. 
County road. 
Duncan. 
Hopkins. 
Wilson. 
Millbury. 
I'nion, bet Magnolia and 
Poplar fm First N to Peralta. 
East. Street. We>t. 

600 First 61 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth ..1301 

H00 Eighteenth 1401 

1450 Nineteenth 1451 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twenty-second lo II 

100 Twenty -fourth 1701 

1800 Tr^utj-fluctti 1801 

1900- Twenty-eighth 19<H 

2000 Thirtieth 2001 

2100 Toirty-,econd 2101 

Peralta. 
Valdez, E of Webster fm 
Walnut or Twenty-second N". 
Not Numbered. 
Valdez, East Oakland, W of 

Kennedy. 
North. Street. South. 

650 Livingston 651 

6i'0 Dennison 601 

650 Frederick 651 

Vallccito Av E s Blair av 

N of Piedmont av. 
Vail y. bet Tele.'raph av 
and Broadway N fm Twenty- 
mil to Twenty-fourth. 

2 Twenty-second 3 

50 Twenty third 51 

Vernal Av, end of Blair 
av, Piedmont. 

N 't Numbered. 
Voriion. r of Pleasant Val 
ley a\ tin Cottaia 

• Numbered. 
Vernon, F of (Ukland av 

fm I 

Wrnon, N of Birch fin 

• Number* ! 

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Diamond. 

Virt'iilf, F of Telegraph av 
i in ( t av N. 

' NilinNcu 

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Mir mla. 
Villa Av, hit WnriN ! 

- M Pablo av 

w 

•Ifth, N. Oakland, 
i. 
Tenth, 

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Trotting Park. 
Walker Av, bet Auburn 
and Fortv-third fm Adeline 
W to Oakland Trotting Park. 
Not Numbered. 
Adeline. 
San Pablo a v. 
Watte 

Trotting Park. 
1» alker. East Oakland. (See 

Thirteenth, av.) 
Wallace. (See Twenty- 
eighth.) 
Walnut (See Twenty-first.) 
Wa Is worth Av. fm Pros- 
pect E of New Rr< adwaj N E. 
• Numbered. 
Walton, S of Thirty-sixth 
fm Telegraph av W to San 
P.it 1 
North. Street. South. 

500 Telegraph av 501 

Grove 651 

800 West 

300 Market 901 

Warren, fm Fruit Vale av S 
of Railroad a\ E to High. 
N t Numbered. 
Washington. W of Broad- 
way im First to Fourteenth. 
Ea.-.t. Street. West. 

6J0 First 005 

6>0 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 75] 

SOI 

826 Sixth 

850 Seventh 

9»0 Elfhth 901 

950 Ninth 9.1 

100 > Tent i 1001 

1050 Eleventh 105] 

lioO Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1161 

12 Fourteenth. 1201 

W a S h i iiftnn Square, 
bet East Twelfth ami 
Fourteenth and Seventh and 
E ighth ava. 

Washington. Bad Oak- 
land, 1111 Fruit Vale av N of 
Putnam E to High. 
N >t Nnrabei ed. 

Wash! net* a, 1 
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». nter, H First fm I 
Mci 1 nt w to Market (pro- 
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Wiilion a Merritt 

In in \i liol 1. nr Fourth av 

klyn. 
Pel >lta. 

Pr I 
Wat « - merj and Har- 

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Numbered. 
n 1 1 Buona 

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r. 11 . 

Wnviil.i . 1 of Val 'i-7. fm 
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760 Atlantic 751 

Franklin fm S water front N 
to Hawthorn. 
East. Street. West. 

550 South Water Front. 551 

600 First 601 

660 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth 801 

826 Sixth 825 

860 Seventh 851 

900 Eightn 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelith 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth 15J1 

1600 Walnut or Twenty- 
second 1601 

1650 .Twenty-third or Lo- 
cust 1651 

1700 Twentv-fo'th or Elm 1701 
1760 Twenty-fifth or Lau- 
rel 1751 

1800 New Broadway. .. 1801 
1800 Junction Bay "Place. 180 1 

1900 Mernmac Place 1901 

1950 Prospect 1951 

2000 Orchard 2001 

Hawthorn. 

Webster, East Oakland. 
(See East Eighteenth.) 

Webster or Cemetery 

Av.fm junction New Broad- 
way at Hawthorn, NE to 
Cemetery. 

Not Numbered. 

Broadway. 

Mason. 

Booth. 

Gaskell. 

John. 

Mather. 

West, E of Market fm Sixth 

N to Twenty-second and fm 

Twenty-sixth E of San Pablo 

av N to Forty-eighth. 

East. Street. West. 

600 Sixth 601 

850 Seventh . 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Kiev nth 10 1 

1100 Twelfth... 1101 

1150 Thiiteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

13=i0 Seventeenth 1351 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1450 Nineteenth 1451 



1500 Twentieth 1501 

1526 Twenty-first 1525 

1550 Lydia 1551 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1850 Twenty-seventh... 1851 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

1950 Twenty-ninth 19.il 

2000 Thirtieth 2001 

2050 Thirty-first 2051 

2100 Thirty-second 2101 

2126 Brockhurst 2125 

2150 Thirty-third 2151 

2200 Thirty-fourth 2201 

2250 Thirty-fifth 2251 

Thirty-sixth. 

Thirty-seventh. 

Thirty-eighth. 

Apgar. 

Thirty-ninth. 

Fortieth or Evoy av. 

Forty-first. 

Forty-second. 

Forty-third. 

Forty-fourth. 

Forty-fifth. 

Forty-sixth. 

Forty-seventh. 

Tehama. 

West Eleventh. (See 
Eleventh fm Kirkham W to 
Center.) 
West Ninth. (See Ninth 

fm Kirkham to Peralta.) 
Weston Av, continuation 
of Thirty-eighth N of Moss 
av fm Telegraph av Eto New 
Broadway. Not numbered. 

Telegraph av. 

Pearl. 

Ruby. 

Gold. 

Silver. 

Diamond. 

Broadway. 

Wiards L^ane, bet Villa 

av and Auburn fm San Pablo 

W to Oakland Trotting Park. 

Not Numbered. 

William, S of Seventh w 

s of Peralta to Bay. 
North. Street. ' South. 

1600 Peralta 1601 

1650 CaTiipbell 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1851 

1900 Bay 1901 

William. (See Nineteenth.) 

500 Telegraph 501 

Willow. W of Campbell fm 
Pacific N to Beach and 
Twenty-eighth. 
East. Street. West. 

Pacific. 



800 William 801 

850 Seventh 851 

876 Goss 875 

900 Eighth 001 

Chase. 
Taylor. 

1000 Seward 1001 

1050 Lincoln 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 17j§1 

1800 Twenty -sixth 1801 

Beach. 

Wilson, bet Millbury and 
Hopkins e a of Moraga 
Valley road . 

Union. 

Putnam. 

Stevens. 

Wood, bet Willow and Pine 

fm Pacific N to A. 
East. Street. West. 

Pacific. 

750 Atlantic 751 

800 William 801 

S50 Seventh 851 

876 Goss 875 

900 Eighth 901 

Chase. 
Taylor. 

1000 Seward 1001 

1050 Lincoln 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth . . 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

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Yerba Bnena Av, N oi 

B, fm San Pablo av N to the 
Bay. 

Not Numbered. 

San Pablo av. 

Emery. 

Watts. 

Harlan. 

Haven. 

Hull is. 

Holden. 

Horton. 

Hubl'ard. 

Halleck. 

Beach . 

Gladdinjj. 

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SUPPLEMENTAL-OAKLAND. 

Atkinson Geo W, electric belts, 470 Thirteenth, res same 
A.LWTN GAD, general merchandise, Lorin 
BENEDICT, RUDOLPH & CO (Newton Bene- 
dict and W F Rndolph) successors to Benedict, Capell 
& Co, real estate, 457 Ninth 
DELGEK FREDERICK, capitalist, 969 Broad- 
way, res 524 Nineteenth 
Derby E M & Co (George H Payne and E and A B 
Derby) lumber dealers, yards E Oakland and Alameda, 
S. F,"office 22 California 
DRUCKER'S EXPRESS, San Francisco, Oak- 
land and Fruit Vale, Howard & Conroy proprietors, 
405 Eighth, Oakland, and 15 Market, S F 

EQUITY BUILDING AND LOAN AS- 
SOCIATION, J B McChesney president, G A 
Willard secretary, 1003 Washington 

FISH M W, physician and surgeon, 461 E Four- 
teenth, res same 

Gallaway Josie Mrs, res Henry House 

GARNER & SON (Henry and Henry AV) butchers, 
SW cor Ninth and Webster 

Gillis A J, real estate and insurance, 466 Ninth, res 1098 
Thirtieth 

Greub Pauline Miss, clerk J Fischer, res 814 Grove 

Holland Henry A, auditor Wells, Fargo and Co, S F, res 
809 Webster 

HOWARD & CONROY (C M Howard and E C 
Conroy) Drucker's Express, S F, Oakland and Fruit 
Vale, 15 Market, S F, and 405 Eighth, Oakland 

Ingler Edward, machine hand Ingler & Atkinson, res 316 
Seventh 

JURGENS J H, groceries and provisions, Golden 
Gate 

MCCORD D H, butcher, 401 Tenth and 971 Frank- 
lin, res 405 Tenth 



ALAMEDA. 

Colby Hubbard, entry clerk U S Custom House, res 1866 

San Antonio ave 
Colby Willard, clerk Wells. Fargo & Co Express, res 1866 

San Anto nio ave 
COIDWEII D RUSSELL, druggist and Wells, 

Fargo A Co'a Express, 1501 Webster, res same 
Cole Prank (J (Aldrioh ft Cole) res College ave nr tbe Ray 
Cole Win, fireman 8 1* Co, res High nr the Bay 



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Aaron David, p^dl^'r, re#260 Eighth 

Abbay James N, engineer S P Co, res 955 Willow 

Abbey Alfred, ragr Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, res 

761 Fourteenth 
Abbey Edgar W, bookkeeper, S F,res 1318 Castro 
Abbey Frances J Mrs, res 1318 Castro 
Abbey Richard, pres Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, res 

1076 Fourteenth 

Abbott Mrs, res 1309 Broadway 

Abbott A B, res 1360 Grove 

Abbott Adelbert S, Clerk, S F, res 1360 Grove 

Abbott A F, employe S P Co, res The Arlington 

Abbott Carl H, student Hastings College of Law, S F, res 118 

Eleventh 
Abbott Clara L Miss, teacher Kindergarten, res 1360 Grove 
Abbott Clare Miss, res 1171 Broadway 
Abbott Clyde H, clerk E R Taylor, res 1171 Broadway 
Abbott C W, res 765 Sixth 
Abbott Emma Miss, res 1171 Broadway 

Abbott Frank, clerk W H Chamberlain, res 1652 -Seventh 
Abbott Granville D, clerk S P Co, res US Eleventh 
Abbott Granville S, D D, agent American Baptist Publica 

tion Society, res 118 Eleventh 
Abbott Lottie E Miss, student, res 1360 Grove 
Abbott Moses A, res 1360 Grove 
Abbott Solon M, ladies' hair goods, 1171 Broadway, res 535 

Eighteenth 
Abbott S M Mrs, ladies' hair goods, 1171 Broadway, res 535 

Eighteenth 
Abbott William D, painter, res Watts cor Forty-fifth, Em- 
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Abel Geo H, farmer, res 668 Sixteenth 
Abele M Mrs, midwife, res 857 Chester 



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ei\ res 192S Filbert 
ABELL IRVING L, journalist, res 373 Thirteenth 
A hell J M Mrs, res 192S Filbert 
Aber Xellie Miss, tailor ess, res 30S Seventh 
Abercrombie A B, clerk, res Weber Hotel 
Abernethy Annie E Miss, res 578 Thirteenth 
Abernethy Henry, blacksmith, S F, res 1359 Eighteenth 
Able Charles, heater Judson Manufacturing Co. res Halleck [fpu 

nr Park ave ^*" 

Abraham A. capitalist, res The Olive 
Abrahams John, peddler, res Peralta ave, Fruit Vale 
Abrahamson Bros (Hugo & Julius) drv and fancy goods, 

1121-1123 Broadway 
Abrahamson Hugo (Abrahamson Bros) res S F 
Abrahamson Julius (Abrahamson Bros) res cor Fourteenth 

and Jefferson 
Abrahamson Morris, bookkeeper Gordan Bros, res S F 
Abrego Ysmael M, salesman, S F, res 922 Chester 
Abreu John F, laborer, res 1011 E Twenty-second 
Abreu Manuel F, laborer, res 1009 E Twenty-second 
Abrott Andrew, teamster H. Schellhaas, res Emeryville 
Achard Charles, carriage trimmer, 367 Eleventh, res same 
Achard Charles N, res 367 Eleventh 
Achard Laura, dressmaker, res 367 Eleventh 
Achard William L, clerk W S & T Co, res 367 Eleventh ^ 
A ckens George E, bootmaker Turner & Poirier, res 1162 

Seventh 
Acker E M, carpeter R R shop 

Ackerman A C, carpenter W TVeitch, res Areata House 
Ackerman Albert II, crockery, glass ware, and house 

hold goods, L003 Broadway, res B08 Tenth 
Ackerman Flora Miss, res 808 Tenth & 

Ackerinao Fred A, conductor S P Co. res 1121 Twelfth 
Ackerman Hart, res ^ ,,s Tenth 
Ackerman James, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res C£ 

Park ave nr Hubbard. Emeryville 
Ackcnnan Jacoh, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Park Exchange I [otel 
Ackerman Sec (Conk iV Ackerman) 8 F,res v,ls Tenth. 
Acme Athletic < Hub, 305 Fourteenth 
Ac,,,,- Bath Co, E D Ormshy pres, C E Gilletl Bee, L055 

Broadway 
Acme Saloon, Albeit Olander propr, <»2 , .» East Twelfth 
Adair Annie M i Brayton Block 

Adamina Felix, painter, s ln Twenty-ninth 

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sign painters, res 820 Twenty-ninth 



tt Adamina Joseph, painter, 820 Twenty-ninth 

w -j Adams , sawyer Burnham Standeford Co, res 363 Fifth 

^ Q Adams Adeline Miss, student, res 1421 Sixteenth 

w . Adams Albert, apprentice Wentworth Boot & Shoe Co, res 

H k ; 1421 Sixteenth 

*- tfl Adams B, bartender, res 1311 San Pablo ave 

u , Adams Bertram, stenographer, S F, res 568 Seventeenth 

•g o Adams Bessie G Miss, res 939 Filbert 

ADAMS-THE C F ADAMS HOME 

FURNISHING HOUSE, John Humphrey 

manager, 1305 Telegraph ave 
Adams Charles H, engineer S P Co, res 1655 Seventh 
ADAMS EDSON MBS, res Bay Place 
Adams Edson F, res Bav Place 
Adams E D Mrs, res 366i Twelfth 

Adams E F Miss, saleslady G A Moss, res 366^ Twelfth 
»? <2 ! Adams Elizabeth Mrs, res 682 Twenty-ninth 
Adams Eliza M Mrs, res 956 Myrtle 
Adams E M (Holman Packing Co) res 1374 Fifth 



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Adams George, finisher Michigan Furniture Co, res Com- 
mercial Union Hotel 

Adams Geo, driver Pioneer Soda Works, res 1507 Twelfth 
ave 

Adams Harry H, carpenter, res 8.16 Twentv-first 

Adams H Mrs, res 266 East Twelfth 

ADAMS HERBERT L, attorney-at-law and 
agent Pickens, Fulton & Co and Wilber Commercial 
Agency, room 29, 957 Broadway, res room 23 Davis 
Block NW cor Eleventh and Broadway 

Adams J A D Mrs, Christian scientist 568 Seventeenth, res 
same 

Adams James, repairer R R, shops, res 945 Willow 

Adams James C, res 939 Filbert 

Adams John, res 1254 Franklin 

Adams John Chas, res Bay Place 

Adams John M, salesman Oakland Lumber Co, res 575 
Twenty-fifth 

Adams John M, plumber, res 811 Willow 

Adams John S, physician NE cor Broadwav and Twelfth, 
res 1311 Clay 

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Adaros Joseph, shoemaker, res 1421 Sixteenth 

Adams Joseph C S D, Christian scientist, res 56S Seven- 
teenth 

Adams Josephine M Miss, res 954 Broadway 

Adams J S Mrs. widow, res S60 Clay 

ADAMS ORSON B, physician and surgeon 1014 
Broadway, Telephone 229, res same 

Adams Samuel, employe California Door Co, res w s Tele- 
graph ave nr Forty-eighth. 

Adams Selby, student, res 949 Filbert 

Adams T, emyloye California Hosiery Co, res 523 Third 

Adams Wallace, driver, res 615 East Twenty-third 

Adams Win H, barkeeper Chas Jurgens, res 1311 San 
Pablo ave 

Adamson Margaret Miss, dressmaker, res (J$Q Thirty-fourth 

Addington A M, potter, res 803 Isabella 

Addington Charles, res S03 Isabella 

Addington Martha J Mrs, res 803 Isabella 

Addington Thomas, res 803 Isabella 

Addis Robert C, fruit peddler G03 Webster, res S F 

Adeline Station, waiting room, 1156+ Seventh 

Adkins Grant, driver Pacific Pre.--, res 714 Eleventh 

Adkins Lillie Mrs, bookbinder Pacific Press, res 714 
Eleventh 

Adkins Martin M, driver W S & O T Co, re- 577 Sycamore 

Adney L L Mi-, n b 666 Thirty-third 

Adney KG J, collecter Singer Manufacturing Co, res 666 
Thirty-third 

Adriance John C, agent California Cracker Co, rea B26 
Madison 

Adriance Samuel P>, clerk J C Adriance, re- 51 1 Bast 
Fifteenth 

Aeg< rt< r John P, gardener, pes 1829 Union 

JETNA INSURANCE CO, Alameda County 
Branch, X \V Winton manager, XK cor Eleventh and 

JE TN A MINERAL WATER CO. 1 R Motl A 

I !o ;iL r <-iit-. 1 361 Broadway 
Afifleck — , baker Domestic Bakery, res w - Telegraph ave nr 

Forty-eighth 
African M E Church, Fifteenth bel West and Market 
AGARD & CO (J T Agard, .) .1 Asjard and George W 

itl i grocers 1 120 Broadway 
Agard A II. physician L104 Broadway, res 1259 Alice 
ard A II. clerk Q W McKeand,ree 8 V 
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Agard J J (Agard & Co) res 1331 Filbert 

Agard John T (Agard & Co) res 573 Seventeenth 

Agard Joseph J, adjuster Hartford Insurance Co, S F, res 
1331 Filbert 

Agard Merta V Miss, res 1331 Filbert 

Agers Oscar E, hospital nurse, 301 Second 

Agnew , res 504 Fifteenth 

Agnew Francis J, student, res 936 Filbert 

Agnew Frank B, cashier, S F, res 1001 Chester 

Agnew John J, foreman San Francisco Gas Light Co, S F, 
res 376 East Fourteenth 

Agnew Louis F, student, res 936 Filbert 

Agnew Nellie Miss, assistant W E Brooks, res 478 Twenty- 
first 

AGNEW THOMAS, manager Anglo-Nevada As- 
surance Corporation of San Francisco, 465 Ninth, res 
936 Filbert 

Agnew Thos J, city agent Anglo-Nevada Assurance Corpor- 
ation, res 936" Filbert 

Agnew W P Dr, physician and surgeon, 1155 Broadway, 
res same 

Agricultural Insurance Co. of New York, James Gamble 
agent, 469 Ninth 

Agustus Caroline, seamstress, res 1211 Eighteenth ave 

Agustus Domingo, laborer S P Co, res 1211 Eighteenth ave 

Agustus Domingo Jr, laborer, res 1211, Eighteenth ave 

Ah earn Sarah, domestic, 946 Myrtle 

Ahern Con, teamster Mountain View Cemetery, res same 

Ahem Daniel J (Kennedy, Cruz & Co) res 1214 Market 

Ahern Mary A Miss, dressmaker Mrs Johnson, 365 Twelfth 

Ahern Mary Ellen Miss, res 2901 Telegraph ave 

Ahern Michael, miner, res 885 Bay 

A'Hern Minnie Miss, milliner Mrs N Laymance, res 1484 
San Pablo ave 

Ahern Patrick, laborer, res 1614 Seventeenth 

Ahern Peter, carpenter, res 912 Clay 

Ahern Richard H, house painter, res 1263 Jefferson 

Ahern Thomas, carpenter, res 577 Twentieth 

Ahlberg A, carpenter, res 1777 Goss 

Ahlberg Carl F, tailor, S F, res 1 Maple 

Ahlberg Christian, laborer, res w s Claremont ave nr Mi- 
randa 
Ahlgren Elna W Miss, domestic, res 1724 Seward 
Ahrens Clara Miss, clerk Wm Kirchner, res 1108 Wood 
Ahrens Detrick N, saloon, S F, res 174 A 
Ahrens George M, saloon, S F, res 176 A 



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Ahrens Jacob H, saloon, S F, res 1108 Wood 

Ahrens Katie Miss, res 176 A 

Aickley William, carpenter, res 1129 East Fifteenth 

Aiene Lonis, carpenter, res 527 Sixteenth 

Aiken Geo E, bootmaker P W Westlake, res 1162 Seventh 

Aiken G H, physician and surgeon, 1155 Broadway, res 

1416 Castro 
Aiken James, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 244 

Hannah 
Aiken Maggie Miss, cane chairmaker Industrial Home for 

the Adult Blind, res same 
Aiken Robert, engineer S P Co, res 1813 Short 
Aiken N J, physician and surgeon, office and res 667 Elev- 
enth 
Ainsworth Alfred G, clerk S P Co, S F, res 1265 West 
Ainsworth Annie Mrs, res 852 Eighteenth 
Ainsworth Bros (E S and D S) grocers, 830 Fourteenth 
Ainsworth Daisy Miss, res Vernon ave 
Ainsworth D S (Ainsworth Bros) res 1006 Fourteenth 
Ainsworth E S (Ainsworth Bros) res 830 Fourteenth 
Ainsworth Frederick W (Pacific Paper Co, S F) res Glen 

Echo, Piedmont ave 
Ainsworth George J, res Pagoda Hill, Vernon ave 
Ainsworth Geo L, brakeman S P Co, res 852 Eighteenth 
Ainsworth George R R, grocer, 1701 Twelfth, res same 
Ainsworth Harry B, student University of California, res 

Vernon ave 
Ainsworth John, lumber inspector, 1604 Seventh 
Ainsworth John C Captain, res Vernon ave 
Ainsworth John C Jr, student University of California, res 

Vernon ave 
Ainsworth May C Miss, res S52 Eighteenth 
Ainsworth Wm P, clerk Stocker & Holland, res s "»_ > 

Eighteenth 
Aird Andrew, carpenter S P Co, res 360i Third 
AltkenGeO E, carpenter, res 614 East Seventeenth 

AKERLY BENJAMIN REV D D, rector 

of St John's Episcopal Church, res r_M , Adeline 
AkeHv Graham, clerk, res 1217 Adeline 
AKERXX J C S, physician and Sturgeon, rooms 7 

and s Playter Block, <>lliee hours 1 to 3, 7 to 8, res L247 

Adeline 
Akerlv Morris K, bookkeeper, 8 F. res L247 Adeline 

Akennan I, C, watch maker, re> 844 West 

Akin Andrew J, carder California Hosiery Co, res 522 Sixth 



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ave and Forty-first, res 662 Twenty-ninth 
Akins Lyman E, bookkeeper, S F, res 715 Tenth 
Akins Seymour L, employe S P Co, res 715 Tenth 
Akins W D, watchman Pacific Coast Planing Mill, res 715 

Tenth 
Akins Willard H, conductor S P Co, res 909 Willow 

ALAMEDA CITY DIRECTORY, F M Husted 

publisher, 604 Merchant street, S F, and Hardy's Book 
Store, 961 Broadway 
Alameda County Medical Society, 1155 Broadway 

ALAMEDA COUNTY STEAM CARPET 
CLEANING AND RENOVATING 

WORKS, J J Lerri & Co proprietors, office and 
works 368-370 Fourth, postoffice box 203, telephone 

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ALAMEDA COUNTY TERMINAL 

RAILWAY CO. 1003i Broadway, room 25 

ALAMEDA MACADAMIZING CO, Hugh 

Slicer president, A T Arrowsmith secretary, C D Bates 

superintendent, room 7, 456 Eighth 
Alameda Macadamizing Co, quarry Lake Shore ave 
Alamina Felix, painter, res 822 Twenty-ninth 
Albach Carl, laborer, res 2233 Magnolia 
Albach Charles, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Commercial Union Hotel 
Albach Mary Mrs, widow, res 1014 Third ave 
Albee Herbert J, shoecutter, res 1229 Twenty-first ave 
Alberger Ida Miss, res Galindo Hotel 
Alberger Maud T Miss, res Galindo Hotel 
Alberger W C, Santa Fe route excursion agt, res Galindo 

Hotel 
Albers Caroline C, domestic, 1273 Sixth ave 
Albert Eugene, plaster decorator Corrieri Bros, res cor First 

and Franklin 
Albert Frank, dairy, 1915 Adeline, res same 
Albert M Miss, res 586 Tenth 

Alberts John, blacksmith S Williams, res 501 Seventh 
Albiez John, sexton Church of Sacred Heart, res Fortieth 

bet Grove and West 
Albion Lodge No. 206, S of St G, California Hall 
Albrecht Anna J Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Four- 
teenth 
Albrecht Carrie Miss, res 941 Filbert 

Albrecht Laura Mrs, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 
Albrecht Laura Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 



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Albrecht Richard, student, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Four- 
teenth 
Albridge James H, engineer Oakland Gas Light and Heat 

Co, res 710 Third 
bridge Mary Miss, res 710 Third 
bright Geo W, USA Quartermaster's Dept, S F, res 1030 

Fifth ave 
bright G Frank, salesman, S F, res 1030 Fifth ave 
bright John H T, clerk Hawley Bros Hardware Co, S F, 

res 1030 Fifth ave 
bright Marion V Miss, res 1030 Fifth ave 
burn George W, car sealer S P Co, res 715 Centre 
catraz Lodge Xo. 244, F & A M, meets Masonic Hall (W 

O) first Monday in month 
cazar House, Hanavan & Baldrige proprs, 1156 Broadway 
cazar Saloon, Howard Shaw propr, 1851 San Pablo ave 
den Byron, teamster Grayson, Owen £ Co, res Haiku 

ave nr Green, Stock Yards 
den Charles, deputy sheriff, res 722 Myrtle 
den Henry E, salesman E W Woodward & Co, res 014 

Seventeenth 
dernev Dairv Farm, SE cor E Fourteenth and Hish 
derson Mabel Miss, res 1562 Telegraph ave 
derson R Mrs, res 1562 Telegraph ave 
dis E Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 1669 

Eighth 
drich Abbie F, principal Lafayette School, res The 

Brunswick 
drich Alfred (Aldrich & Cole) res Alameda 
drich Byron S, res Galindo Hotel 
drich A; Cole (A Aldrich & F G Cole) machine works, 

701-703 Broadway 
drich Elsie E Miss, res 580 Jones 
drich Hugh S, patrolman, res 1061 Campbell 
drich .! \\\ fireman S P Co, rea L061 Campbell 
drich J Willard, fireman S P Co, res 1056 Twelfth ave 
drich Luther A, artesian well borer, rea 668 Sycamore 
drich Win, carpenter, pes ~> s <» Joa< 
drich William A. capitalist, res Vernal ave, Piedmont 
dridge Lillie Miss, ironer Contra Costa Laundry 
exander Abraham, res 111-1 Twelfth 
exander A E, res 11 II Twelfth 
exander Arthur P, surveyor and draughtsman, res 168 

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Uexander Benjamin A., traveling salesman, res ill 1 Twelfth 



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£ g Alexander Daniel E, attorney-at-law, S F, res 2113 Peralta gjj 

Alexander Edith M Miss, student, res 452 East Seventeenth 

Alexander Ezekiel, master Queen of the Pacific, res 1250 Cj 

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|g Alexander Henrv, boots and shoes, 853 Washington, res ~ h^ 

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g-"! Alexander James M Rev (Presbyterian) res 452 East ~ 

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Alexander John A, porter, res 906 Broadway ^ ™ 

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>s^ Algeo James II, blacksmith finisher Oakland Carriage Co, ? ^J 
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Algeo Wm J, bridge builder, res 1407 Tenth 
Allard E Mrs, res 16S5 Eighth 



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Allardt Fred A, bill clerk C E Whitnev, S F, res 1127 § 
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DC ^ Allardt Geo F, civil Engineer, S F, res 1127 Linden 
< O Allen Belle Miss, res 718 Twentieth 
^ to AIJIjEN B K, contractor and builder, 506 Thirteenth, q^ 
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. HI ta Alien Christopher, res 1413 Brush 
Hi jj Allen C M Mrs, res 1413 Brush 
^ Allen Dollv Miss, res 937 Adeline 
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Allen Frank H, lumber merchant, S F, res 1231 Poplar 

Allen Fred, blacksmith, res 803 Wood 

Allen Geo B Rev, pastor Union Church, San Leandro, res 
1073 Seventh ave 

Allen G B Mrs, boarding, cor East Twelfth and Seventh ave 

Allen Geo H, clerk W C Fife, 962 Webster 

Allen Geo S, traveling agt, S F, res 1324 Linden 

Allen Gertrude Miss, res 1305 Franklin 

Allen Harris S, student State University, res 1073 Seventh 
ave 

Allen Harry, undertaker Albert Brown, res 466 Thirteenth 

Allen Harry R, clerk Bankers' and Merchants' Insurance 
Co, S F, res 937 Adeline 

Allen Hattie A Miss, res 166 Fifth 

Allen Henrv W, clerk Jones & Charles, res 819 Washington 

Allen Horace H (C E Allen & Son) S F, res 822 East Fif- 
teenth 

ALLEN IRA L, West Oakland Division Talcott's 
Dairy, 1366 Ninth, res same, telephone 372 (3 bells) 

Allen John Howard, engineer, res 1773 Eighth 

Allen James, butcher Hayes, Hostetter & Brooks, res Hallett 
ave nr San Pablo ave Stock Yards 

Allen James G, agt Dixon Crucible Co, S F, res 1325 Jackson pJ 

Allen Jennie C Miss, res 1211 Chestnut 

Allen Jerome A, traveling salesman, res 1133 Filbert 

Allen Jessie Miss, res 1231 Poplar 

Allen J H, engineer S P Co, res 937 Campbell 

Allen John H, engineer S P Co, res 1773 Division 

Allen John J, atty-at-law, S F, res 1211 Chestnut 

Allen John P, brick mason, res 1836i Seventh 

Allen H W Mrs, res 822 East Fifteenth 

Allen Lewis W, student State University, res 1073 Seventh 
ave 

Allen L W, printer, res 463 Third 

Allen Lizzie Miss, clerk KAHN BROS, rea 1200 S 
entfa 

Allen L T Mrs, res 1722 Twenty-first ave 

Allen Mary Miss, rea 1324 Linden 

Allen Mary Mrs, rea 202 Easl Ninth 

All. -ii Mollis T Miss, rea L211 Chestnut 

Allen Myron W, carriageinaker J E Johnston, res 962 Web- 
ster 

Allen Oliver P, clerk Anglo-Californian Bank, S F, rea l_l 
Bast Tenth 

Allen omn E, salesman W A Rouse & Co, rea L906 Broad- 
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Allen Phoebe Mrs, res 327 Eleventh 

Allen Reginald H, clerk Geo A J Davis, res 1073 Seventh 

ave 
Allen Richd K, genl mgr Bankers' and Merchants' Insur- 
ance Co, S F, res 937 Adeline 
Allen Rowland F, salesman California Jewelry Co, res 822 

East Fifteenth 
Allen Robert W, carpenter, res Sutter nr Gclden Gate 
Allen Ruth A Miss, res 954 Broadway 
Allen S A Mrs, res 460 Sixth 
Allen Thomas J, freight clerk P M S S Co, S F, res 1410 

Fifteenth 
Allen Truman H, U S Pension agt, S F, res 166 Fifth 
Allen Valient B, res 952 Pine 
Allen Walter, engineer S P Co, res 1804 William 
Alleu William, engineer, res 809 Twelfth 
Allen William, carpenter S P Co, res 177S Division 
Allen Wm, carpenter and builder, 1712 Telegraph ave, res 

same 
Allen Wm, student Sackett School, res 565 Fifth 
Allen William Mrs, res San Pablo ave nr Sutter, Golden 

Gate 
Allen Wm C, employe S P Co, res 1688 Eighth 
Allen Wm E, brakeman S P Co, res 812 Wood 
Allen Willia:n H, repairer R R shops, res 1013 Wood 
Allen Wm M, carpenter, res 1211 Chestnut 
Allen W S, engineer S P Co, res 1804 William 
Allen W W, attv-at-law, res 565 Fifth 
Allen W W Jr, student, res 565 Fifth 
Allie John, laborer, res 734 Chester 
Allis Laura Mrs, dressmaker, res SOS Twenty-second 
Allison A, carpenter, res 821 Market 
Allison Ben, butcher O'Bemis, les 520 East Fourteenth 
Allman Sarah M Mrs, res 1466 Twelfth 
Allsop Lena Mrs, res Home for Aged Women 
Almanzi Agnes Miss, res 178.1 Goss 
Almanzi Harriet Mrs, res 1781 Goss 
Almeda Frank, laborer S P Co 
Almeda Manuel J, laborer, res 755 Campbell 
Almeida D, laborer S P Co, res 244 Hollis 
Almont Livery Stable, Kane & Daly proprs, 1352 San Pablo 

ave 
Alonzo Joseph, mill hand California Door Co 
Alstrin Frank R, machinist, S F, res 1674 Chase 
Alta House, Mrs Kate Anderson propr, 901 Washington 

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Altendorf Julius, saw grinder, res 1*206 Twenty-eighth 

Altendorf Julius A, sign writer, S F, res 1206 Twenty- 
eighth 

Althof Ernest, res 941 Filbert 

Althof Herman (Althof & Bahls) S F, res 941 Filbert 

Althof John A M, capitalist, res 1624 Eighth 

Althof Lottie I Mrs, res 1624 Eighth 

Altmann Carl, salesman Singer Manufacturing Co, res 105S 
Twenty-fifth ave 

Altvater Philip, plasterer, res 815 Filbert 

Alumbagh William E, student, res 972 Chester 

Alvares A J, barber John Thomas, res 753 Willow 

Alves Antone, laborer, res 1019 East Twenty-second 

Alves Domingos, grocer, 36S B, res same 

Alves Frank, laborer S P Co, res 1736 Linden 

Alves John M, laborer Paraffine Paint. Co, res 222 Hollis 

Alves Manuel, shoemaker, S F, res 461 B 

Alves Manuel, expressman, res 360 B 

Alves Rosa Mrs, widow, res 663 Twenty-sixth 

Alwvn Burton C, supt Pattiani & Co, res 820 Isabella 

AMADOR MARBLE CO, D Edward Collins sec- 
retary and treasurer, entrance Mountain View Ceme- 
tery 

Amaral Manuel, laborer, res 617 Madison 

Ambrose Frank, laborer J L Gordon, res San Pablo ave nr 
Wilder Stock Yards 

Ambrose John, cabinetmaker, S F, res 1674 Twelfth 

Ambrose Joseph A, physician and surgeon, 452 Eighth, res 
815 Jackson 

Ambrose Mamie, milliner, res 1225 Webster 

Ambrose Manuel, laborer, res 225 Second 

Ambrose Mary Mrs, res 1225 Webster 

Ambrose T, engineer S P Co, res 914 Pine 

Ambrozio Joseph, Laborer Thomas W Corder, res Stock 
Yards 

Ambrozio Manuel, laborer Thomas W Corder, res Stock 
Yarda 

Ambrozzio Minolleti, Laborer PC R quarry, rea san 

Amer Marian, employe California Jute Mills 

Amerall Manuel, rea 375 Fourth 

AMERICAN BAKERY, C Jaenicke proprietor, 

AMERICAN BUILDING AND LOAN 
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proprietors, 424 Tenth 

AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE CO OF 

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agency, 958 Broadway 

AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE CO OF 

PHILADELPHIA, Harmon & Sears, H Grif- 
fin's agency, 958 Broadway 
American House, R V Clark propr, 616 Broadway 

AMERICAN INSURANCE CO OF NEW- 
ARK, N J, H T Smith agent, 960 Broadway 
American Insurance Co of Philadelphia, John Russ agt, 

468 Tenth 
American Mercantile Union, room 67, 906 Broadway, 

Anthony Zuner mgr, James A Parker supt 
American Plaster Board Co, cor E Fourteenth and Seven- 
teenth ave 
" American Sentinel" (weekly) E J Waggoner and Alonzo T 

Jones editors, SW cor Twelfth and Castro 
Amerman Charles F, box clerk San Francisco postoffice, res 

616 Fourteenth 
Amerman Grace, student, res 1017 Fourteenth 
Amerman Jacob B, clerk, S F, res 1017 Fourteenth 
Ames Everett, student, res 1132 Adeline 
Ames George, carpenter, S F, res 1761 Seward 
Ames James H, bookkeeper, S F, res 1132 Adeline 
Ames John F, bookkeeper, S F, res 1132 Adeline 
Ames John P, bill clerk S P Co, res 1707 Chase 
Ames Josiah P (Ames & Detrick) S F, res 1132 Adeline 
Ames Martha Miss, res The Centennial 
Amidon Chas E, musician, res 958 Clay 
Amidon Fred J, coremaker City Brass Works, res 958 Clay 
Amidon Mary Miss, widow, res 958 Clay 
Amidon Simeon, driver Jones & Charles, res 958 Clay 
Ammerman Henry J, car repairer R R shop, res 647 

Campbell 
Ammerman Henry J Mrs, dressmaker, 647 Campbell 
Ammerman Horace J, res 647 Campbell 
Amos C C Mrs, saleslady A Coplin, res 1320 Telegraph ave 
Amos Georgie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Amos Joseph, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 1927 

Union 
Amos Lizzie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Amsden Ernest Mrs, res 1366 Ninth ave 
Amstutz Chas L, watchmaker R W Edwards 
Amus Frank, varieties, 1363 Telegraph ave, res same 






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Amus Frank Jr, employe California Hosiery Co, res 1363 

Telegraph ave 
Amy Oscar M, salesman H Schellhaas, res 1011 Franklin 
Anan os Antonio, barber e s Telegraph ave (below postoffice) 

res Temescal ave 
Anartaze Robert, ironer Oakland French Laundry, res 960 

Twenty-ninth 
Andersen Alma Miss, domestic, res 1374 Franklin 
Andersen Amanda Miss, domestic, res 1105 Jackson 
Andersen Anna Miss, domestic, 1014 Magnolia 
Andersen Chas A, restaurant, 968 Broadway, res 608 Ninth 
Andersen Christian, painter, res 2130 Chestnut 
Andersen C M, blacksmith P C R Quarry, res same 
Andersen Freda, domestic, 1216 Filbert 
Andersen Gus, truckman, S F, res 719 Chester 
Andersen John, coachman Wallace Everson,1269 Filbert 
Andersen Mary, domestic, 310 East Seventeenth 
Andersen Otto E, machine hand Planing Mill, res 2130 

Chestnut 
Anderson Mrs, res 366 Second 
Anderson A, carpenter Burnham-Standeford Co, res 52 

Central ave 
Anderson Albert, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Anderson Alex, Tinsmith R R shop, res 1065 Willow 
Anderson Alexander, fruit and confectionery, 472 Seventh, 

res 858 Franklin 
Anderson Amelia Miss, Liberty Bakery, res 519 Eighth 
Anderson Alexander, sashmaker California Door Co, res 

836 Broadway 
Anderson Andrew, laborer, res 1369 Eighteenth 
Anderson Andrew, res 958 Willow 
Anderson Andrew F, carpenter, cor Fifth and Henry 
Anderson Andrew G, carpenter, res 1728 Thirteenth 
Anderson C, captain schooner Mayflower } res ( ,»7s Cypress 
Anderson Carl J, carpenter, res 1728 Thirteenth 
Anderson Charles J, mate steamer Oakhnid, res 1*20 Henry 
Anderson Charlotte Miss, domestic, res 522 Knox Place 
Anderson Chris, potter, res cor Twenty-seventh ave and 

East Ninth 
Anderson C Et, tailor Jones & Daiil, res S F 
Anderson E, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Com- 
mercial Union Bote] 
Anderson Edward, painter OC R Co, res L571 Broadway 
Anderson Edwin, cleaner S P Co, res 1 172 Seventh 
Anderson Ella Miss, student, res 112-1 Thirteenth ave 
Anderson Emelia Mrs, res 186 Edwards 



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Anderson Emil, laborer S P Co, res 1369 Eighteenth 

Anderson Emma W Mrs, teacher Lafayette School, res 

1014 Broadway 
Anderson Erick, Melrose Smelting Works Saloon, Bay ave, 

Melrose 
Anderson Eric, mill hand California Door Co, res 1661 

Thirteenth 
Anderson Eric A, laborer, res 1661 Thirteenth 
Anderson Ethel Miss, teacher piano Hopkins Academy, res 

same 
Anderson Frank, clerk Hans Peterson, res 1702 Eighth 
Anderson Frankie E Miss, teacher English and Grammar 

Hopkins Academy, res same 
Anderson Fred, carpenter, res 1075 E Fifteenth 
Anderson Frederick, pile driver, res Railroad Exchange 
Anderson Fred V, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult 

Blind, res same 
Anderson George, cleaner R R shop, res 1674 Atlantic- 
Anderson George W, expressman, S F, res 1674 Atlantic 
Anderson Gus, employe California Door Factory, res 1777 

Goss 
Anderson Hans H, smelter, res High St, Melrose 
Anderson Harry, carpenter, res 1456 Eleventh ave 
Anderson Harry, waiter Tubbs Hotel 
Anderson Hilda Miss, domestic J C Ainsworth, res Vernon 

ave 
Anderson H J, engineer steamer Piedmont, res 713 Brush 
Anderson Isaac, farmer, res Redwood road 
Anderson J Miss, dressmaker, res 1124 Thirteenth ave 
Anderson James, carpenter Jones & Co 
Anderson James, confectionery, 933 Campbell, res same 
Anderson James A, cigars, 1768 Seventh, res 914 Kirkham 
Anderson James S, repairer S P Co, res 1571 Broadway 
Anderson Jennie Miss, pantsmaker M J KEIjIjER, 

res 1768 William 
Anderson John, coachman Mrs E M Vrooman, Pagoda Hill, 

Vernon ave 
Anderson John, laborer S P Co, res 922 Pine 
Anderson John, warehouseman, S F, res 1214 Thirtieth 
Anderson John, employe S P Co, res 719 Chester 
Anderson John, employe Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 1761 

William 
Anderson John August, watchman S P Co, res 1370 Eigh- 
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Anderson John A, laborer S P Co, res 368 A 



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Anderson Rev John F, res 1230 East Thirteenth 

Anderson John J, engineer, res 632 Valdez 

Anderson John X, carpenter, res 1362 Tenth 

Anderson J P Mrs, seamstress M J KELLER, res 409 
Fourth 

Anderson Jonas, laborer, res 1529 Curtis 

Anderson Joseph, foreman Pacific Pine Lumber Co, res 829 
East Sixteenth 

Anderson Joseph, brakeman S P Co, res 935 Pine 

Anderson Jules, cigarmaker, res 564 Seventh 

Anderson Juliana Mrs, widow, res 1065 Kirkham 

Anderson Kate Mrs, propr Alta House, res 901 Washington 

Anderson L Miss, res 1S62 William 

Anderson Lars, res Redwood Road 

Anderson Lars (Mikkelson & Anderson) res 1106 Peralta 

Anderson Lena, domestic Mrs M F Templeton, Fruit Vale 

Anderson Lizzie Mrs, housekeeper 716 Webster 

Anderson Longworth S, student Hopkins Academy, res 
same 

Anderson Magnus Patrick, fireman S P Co, res 1369 Eigh- 
teenth 

Anderson Martin, saloon, NW cor Seventh & Webster, res 
373 Fifth 

Anderson Mary, domestic Morris Goldberg, res 966 East 
Twenty-seventh, Highland Park 

Anderson Mary Mrs, res 1SS Seventh 

Anderson Mary A Mrs, res 767 Twenty-second 

Anderson Mary E Mrs, candies, 460 Seventh, res 816 Clay 

Anderson Matilda, domestic, 1374 Tenth 

Anderson Mathias, engineer California Bridge Co, Alta 
House 

Anderson Max, Vernon Park Dairy, 494 Edward-, res same 

Anderson Minnie F Miss, Baleslady Mrs M E Anderson, re- 
Si 6 Clay 

Anderson X C Mrs, res 1162 Seventh 

Anderson Nelson P, laborer, res 135 Eddie 

Anderson O, carpenter Burnham-Standeford Co 

Anderson O, engineer, rea L066 Third 

Anderson Ola, coatmaker M J KELLER, res 1455 

Linden 
Anderson olaf, propr Railroad Exchange, cor Seventh and 

Bay, rea same 
Anderson <>\\o, engineer, res 119 Hannah 
Anderson Peter, coachman Mrs Sather, 664 Twelfth 
Anderson Peter C, cattle dealer, L658 Fourteenth ave 



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Andrade Joseph S, asst engineer steamer Piedmont, res 1065 

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Andrade Manuel S, carpenter, res 205 Third 
Andrade Manuel S Jr, salesman F W Parker, res 205 Third 
Andre Daniel, laborer, res 1015 Seventh 
Andre Joseph F, laborer Thomas W Corder, res Folger ave 

Stock Yards 
Andre Manuel, laborer Thomas W Corder, res Folger ave ^ 

Stock Yards £. O 

Andre Perry, waiter Maison Doree Restaurant, res Areata | fl) $ 

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Andreda Mary Mrs, res 827 Franklin I h V 

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Andres A James, paper hanger, res 1066 Thirty-second 
Andres Fred, laborer, res 1718 Linden *"" f+ 

Andres Saml, paper Hanger Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 1066 5 ^ 

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Andersson Hilmer S, shoemaker Wentworth Boot and Shoe ! £J ^ 

Co, res 1124 Campbell 
Andrews Alice Miss, res 1555 Seventh 
Andrews B Mrs, res 1555 Seventh 
Andrews Charles B, pipe organ mnfr, res 618 Sixteenth W $ 

Andrews C J, agt M J KELLER, 1007 and 1009 $ 3 

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Andrews Chas W, clerk W Wilson, res 1264 Webster >Q ^ 

Andrews C N Mrs, res 1264 Webster ' CD CD 

Andrews Dan, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res ' Q # q" 

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Andrews Ella M Miss, asst C S Lane & Son, res 698 Syca- | £ 

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Andrews Emma G Miss, asst Dr J M Dunn, res 60S Syca- 
more 
Andrews Frank J, barber G H Stewart, res 910 Sixteenth 
Andrews George, stevedore, re^ r>7 ( .' Thirtieth 
Andrews Geo N, organ builder, 620 Sixteenth, res same 
Andrews Hannah Mrs. nurse, res 277 East Twelfth 
Andrews James, painter Al Wood & Bro, res cor Twenty- 
third and Broadway 
Andrews Jesse, grainer Farwell & Russell, res Telegraph 

ave 
Andrews John E, machinist R R shops, res 914 Pine 
Andrews John R, house painter, res 514 Twenty-fourth 
Andrews Joseph, barber, res 910 E Sixteenth 
Andrews L E, switchman S P Co, res 1756 Seventh 
Andrews Luke, night watchman S P Co, res 1824 Atlantic 
Andrews Mary Mrs, res 620 Sixteenth 
Andrews Mary L Miss, res 6$S Sycamore 
Andrews Robert, res 910 East Sixteenth 
Andrews Robert, paint manfr Carbon Paint Co, res West 

Berkeley 
Andrews Stephen R, blacksmith, res 815 Madison 
Andrews Thomas A, butcher Excelsior Market, res 514 

Twenty-fourth 
Andrew- W Miss, waitress Industrial Home for the Adult 

Blind, res same 
Andrews Winnie Miss, res 1555 Seventh 
Andrich Frank, cook, res 553 Seventh 
Andrus Washbume R, wood and coal agent, res 14<»s Tenth 

Angel , carpenter, res 618 Eighth 

Angel Elsie A Mrs, res 580 Jones 
Angel Joseph, laborer, res 953i Third 

Angel S & Co (Simon Angel and Nicholas V Morry) whole- 
sale produce, 620 also 621 Broadway 
Angel Simon (S Angel & Co) res St Louis House 
Angelia Edward, fruit peddler, 603 Webster, res S F 
Angell Horace B, clerk II W Hill, res 323 Eleventh 
Angell L C Mrs, dressmaker, res 323 Eleventh 
Angel] W C, physician and Burgeon, S F, res 323 Elev- 
enth 
Angel] W C Jr, machinist, 8 P, res 323 Eleventh 
Anglade Madeline, domestic V M Smith, Eighth ave and 
Easl Twenl y-fourth 

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H .2 Angwin James A, foreman car repairer S P Co, res 1669 

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H e • Ankers Christian, cabinet maker W D Bovce,.res 374 Tenth 
F W i Annan J W Mrs, res Fruit Vale ave nr Hopkins 

Annis AlexG, traveling salesman S P Co, res w s McCall bet 

Benton and Mariposa 
Ansella Mrs, res Bushell House 

Antevlier Charles J, ship carpenter, res 705 Adeline 
ANTHONY A. G\ physician, office and residence cor 

Willow and Seventh; office hours 1 to 3 p m, 6+ to 7+ 

p m; telephone 1402 
Anthony Amelia C Mrs, dressmaker, res 861 Chester 
Anthony James, foreman Oakland Sanitarium, res 1920 

Seventh 
ANTHONY RICHARD M, real estate and in- 
surance, 471 Ninth, res 964 Eighteenth 
Anthony Wm T. Pacific Coast agt D S Walton & Co, New 

York, office 407 Commercial, S F, res 861 Chester 
Antoine Antonio M, bootblack, res 1807 Myrtle 
Antone August, cigarmaker H Gloy,res 608 Madison 
Antone B, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, res 

same 
Antone John, laborer S P Co 

Antonelle Joseph S, railroad contractor, res 1123 Myrtle 
Antonnuci F, tinsmith, res 721 Linden 
Antoni Flora Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundrv 

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Antonich John, tinsmith, res 719 Linden 

Antonio Cordana, bootblack, 455 Seventh 

Antonio G, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, res 
same 

Antonio J Mrs, charwoman, 517 Fourth 

Antonio Sicaro, laborer PCR quarry, res same 

Aoki H, chicken ranch, San Pablo ave nr Alcatraz ave, Gol- 
den Gate 

Apell Alma Miss, compositor Pacific Press, res 763 Seven- 
teenth 

Apell Emily Miss, res 763 Seventeenth 

Apell P eter J, res 763 Seventeenth 

Apell Se verin, pressman Pacific Press, res 763 Seventeenth 

Apgar Jacob M, laborer custom house, S F, res NE cor Moss 
ave and Ruby 

Appelquist Louise, domestic, res 1347 Alice 



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Applegarth Herbert, student, res 528 East Eleventh 

Applegarth John, ranch owner, re- 528 East Eleventh 

Applegarth May Miss, student High School, res 505 East 
Eleventh 

Applegarth Sarah Miss, res 505 East Eleventh 

Applegate Geo B, clerk City Engineer, res Ross House 

Appleton Win, employe Spring Valley Water Works, S F, 
res BW cor Benton and Dover 

Appley Levi, bookkeeper C A King, res 819 Washington 

Appley Peter W. rea 819 Washington 

Appo Junius B, porter S S City of Puebla, res 716 Filbert 
pomattox Post No 50 G A R, Grand Army Hall 

Appomattox Relief Corps No 5 W R C, Grand Army Hall 

Aranszo M, laborer, res 626 Henry 

Arbell John, tinner O C Kirk, res 760 Fourteenth 

Arbulich Martin, cook, re? 1006 Franklin 

Arcade Market, Dempsey e\: Pitts proprs, 1118 Center 

Areata House, Mrs M M Evants propr, 122 s San Pablo ave 

Archambault Edwin A, horseshoer Sohst Bros, res 370 
Eighth 

Archer A Miss, agt Wilcox & Gibba Automatic Sewing Ma- 
chine, 1169 Washington, res S F 

Archer James, machinist, 8 F. rea Forty-fifth cor Emery 

Archibald Francis A, genl mgr Union Central Life Insur- 
ance Co, S F, rea 11- Ninth 

Archibald James, insurance. S F. res 118 Ninth 

Archibald M A Mrs - 7 Sixteenth 

Arena Stefano, rea 735 Filbert 

Arena Annie M G Mrs, 1312 East Eleventh 

Arena A T. employe Burnham-Standeford Co. rea 1312 E si 
Eleventh 
y E F Mrs - 117" Madison 

Arey James A. expressman, res 1656 Telegraph ave 

Ai 9 stic, 1017 Adeline 

Arfl smith Win Morck, rea - - Summer nr Ade- 

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Arlett r>' ojamin, bricklayer, res615 Fifteenth 

Arh : * II. rea Bushel] II 

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Arlett Harry B, clerk Walter G Manuel, res 615 Fifteenth 
Arlett James C, employe W T Garratt & Co, S F, res 615 

Fifteenth 
Arlington Hotel, Thomas G Kingsland propr, 474 Ninth 
Armes C W (Armes & Dallam) S F, res 1201 West 
Armes C W Jr, bookkeeper Armes & Dallam, S F, res 1201 

West 
Armes George H, clerk Armes & Dallam, S F, res 1201 

West 
Armory Hall, 1064 Washington 

Armitage Robert, carpenter, res 623 Twenty-third ave 
Armondo Manuel, cook, res Central Hotel 
Armstrong A M Mrs, widow, res 1214 West 
Armstrong Andrew, driver M M Bridges, res 1465 Fifth 
Armstrong Annie M Miss, instructor Singer Manufacturing 

Co, res 1214 West 
Armstrong Bradley A, pictures, picture frames and mould- 
ings, res 952 Twenty-eighth 
Armstrong B F (Armstrong & Merchant) res 1527 Broad- 
way 
Armstrong C Miss, res Hotel Merritt 
Armstrong Caro T Miss, res cor Seventh and Grove 
Armstrong Charles, driver Fourteenth Street Railway, res 

1423 Sixteenth 
Armstrong Edgar M, res Weldon House 
Armstrong Edmund M, res 970 Tw r enty-fourth 
Armstrong Edward, res 1066 East Fifteenth 
Armstrong E F, traveling salesman, S F, res 970 Washing- 
ton 
Armstrong Ella Mrs, res 1354 Eighth 
Armstrong Frank J (Armstrong Bros), blacksmith, res 673 

Twenty-seventh 
Armstrong Frank P (Armstrong & Hopkins) res 323 Ninth 
Armstrong Hiram T, bench hand Pacific Coast Planing Co, 

res 589 Sycamore 
Armstrong & Hopkins (F P Armstrong and A B Hopkins) 

undertakers and embalmers, 866 Broadway, 
Armstrong James, yardman S P Co, res 1816 William 
Armstrong Jennie L Mrs, widow, res 923 Wood 
Armstrong John W, carpenter, res 939 Union 
Armstrong Lizzie Mrs, dressmaker, 1351 Telegraph ave, res 

same 
Armstrong Mark D, clerk Du Ray Smith, res 923 Wood 
Armstrong Martin, laborer, res 221 Hannah 
Armstrong May W Miss, instructor Singer Manufacturing 
Co, res 1214 West 



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Armstrong & Merchant (B F Armstrong and E W Mer- 
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1066 Broadway 

Armstrong Percy, res 952 Twenty-eighth 

Armstrong Robert, laborer, res 690 Twenty-sixth 

Armstrong Robert P, driver Phelan & Fish, res 1214 West 

Armstrong T L, manager Oakland Iron Works, res 933 
Poplar 

Armstrong Win W, artist, res 1351 Telegraph ave 

Armstrong Wm H, res 464 East Eleventh 

Armstrong Wm S, clerk, S F, res 939 Union 

Arnez J M, salesman, res 423 Sixth 

Arnold Adam, butcher Hayes & Co, res San Pablo ave nr 
Crawford, Golden Gate 

Arnold Charles P, salesman H Schellhaas, res 615 Seven- 
teenth 

Arnold Edward M, salesman H Schellhaas, res 615 Seven- 
teenth 

Arnold Leora A Miss, res 615 Seventeenth 

Arnold P J, tally clerk Brooklyn Lumber Co, res 1664 
Thirteenth ave 

Arnold Rawdon E, physician, res 615 Seventeenth 

Arnold S D, conductor OCR Co, res 584 Charter 

Arnold T J Mrs, res 957 Castro 

Arnold W L (Jordan & Arnold) res 1118 Linden 

Arogers James, butcher La Coste & Co, res San Pablo ave. 
Stock Yards 

Aronson Ben, barber, 420 Twelfth, res 306 Fifth 

Arpin Margaret M Mrs, res 555 Charter cor Twenty-second 

Arps Bertha Mrs, res 1577 Linden 

Arps Bertha C Miss, res 1 T> 7 7 Linden 

Arp- Wm H, res 1577 Linden 

Arrighi Louis, gardener E J Pringle, 326 East Nineteenth 

Arriola Edward F, photographer, 1430 San Pablo ave, res 
408 Ninth 

Arrouge Eugene E, driver La Coste & Co, res San Pablo 
ave nr Alcatraz ave. Golden Gate 

Arrouge Justin, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res Berke- 



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AREOWSMITH AUGUSTUS T, secretary 

Alameda Macadamizing Co, res 456 Eighth 
Art-elir l\ sawyer Eagle Bos & Manufacturing Co, res S F 
Ai-tli George V (Frederick & Arth) res 816 Alice 
Arthur Emma A Miss, rea 967 Kirkham 
Arthur John D, res 1307 Castro 





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Asbury M E Church, Rev T A Atkinson pastor, NB cor 
Clay and Fifteenth 

Asen Aaron, tinware, 407 Sixth, res same 

Ashby James T, 961 Broadway 

Ashcroft Alice Miss, res Booth bet Broadway and Piedmont 

Ashcroft Nellie Miss, res Booth bet Broadway and Piedmont 

Ashe Ferdinand F, yard Fisher & Taylor, res 756 Jefferson 

Asher Geo W, barber, res 711 Broadway 

Asher Louis, poultry and produce, 667 Webster 

Asher Ralph E, butcher Bay City Market, res 711 Broad- 
way 

Asher Samuel, furniture, 711 Broadway, res same 

Asher Tillie Miss, res 711 Broadway 

Ashford C W, clerk, S F, res 630 Sixteenth 

Ashley Abiel S, carpenter W T Veitch 

Ashley Daniel, laborer, res Winthrop House 

Ashley Geo, solicitor, S F, res 579 East Twenty-third 

Ashley John B, carpenter, res 1516 Curtis 

Ashley Lucius A, res Fruit Vale 

Ashley Maria Mrs, res 673 Tenth 

Ashmore Carrie Miss, res 493 Twenty-third 

Ashmore Sophie Mrs, 493 Twenty-third 

Ashton George H, res 1131 Magnolia 

Ashton Ivy Miss, student, res 1131 Magnolia 

Ashton N J Mrs, teacher Prescott School, res 1131 Magnolia 

Askew J W, traveling agt, res Fairmount House 

Aspern Harrv, teamster Fisher & Taylor, res 601 East 
Twelfth" 

Aspern Mollie Miss, clerk Thos F Whelan, res 001 East 
Twelfth 

Asseln Herman, laborer, res Union ave nr Green, Stock 
Yards 

Assembly Hall, SW cor Goss and Wood 

Associated Charities of the City of Oakland, Central Block, 
room 2 

Astor Henry, laborer, res 1251 Fifteenth ave 

Atchinson C M Mrs, res 603 East Fourteenth 

Atchison Alfred M, res 919 Alice 

Atchison Minnie, res 919 Alice 

Atchison William E, res 919 Alice 

Athearn Annie T Miss, res 1070 Center 

Athearn Ethel M, clerk Land Title Co, res 1419 Grove 

Athearn Frank A, bookkeeper, S F, res 1070 Center 

Athearn K H Mrs, widow, res 1070 Center 

I Athenian Club, 1055 Broadway 

Atherstone Geo H, student, res 1365 Market 



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ATHERSTONE THOS S, manager Singer Manu- 
facturing Co, S F, res 1365 Market 

Atkins George T, waiter Tubbs Hotel, res 1116 East Four- 
teenth 

Atkins Henry, salesman, SF, res 946 Poplar 

Atkinson Anthony A, molder Whittier, Fuller £ Co, res 
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Atkinson Geo, electrician, 1266 San Pablo ave, res 854 Har- 
rison 
Atkinson Henry T (Inger & Atkinson) res 854 Harrison 
Atkinson L F, music teacher, res 519 Sixteenth 
Atkinson Thos A Rev, pastor Asbury Methodist Episcopal 

Church South, res 1140 East Seventeenth 
Atkinson Wm A, real estate, S F, res 590 Twenty-fourth 

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ROAD, J J Warner agent, 972 Broadway 
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO OF LONDON, 

Gaskill & Vandercook agents, 458 Ninth 
Atterbury Francis, carriage trimmer, res 1004 Fifth 
Atterbury J Mrs, dressmaker, 1004 Fifth, res same 
Atterbury Shirley Miss, fitter "Wentworth Boot and Shoe 

Co, res 1004 Fifth 
Attridge James, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Commercial Union Hotel 
At water Cornelia J Mrs, dressmaker, res 9S5 Pine 
Atwater Dwighl M, Bupt Main & Winchester, res 962 Camp- 
bell 
Atwater William L, carpenter, res 985 Pine 
Atwell Edmund, foreman Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
San Pablo ave nr Fortieth 

Atwill Joseph F, res 907 Jackson 

At wood Earnest C, engineer, S F, res 1725 Myrtle 

Atwood ( trace ( ' M iss, pes 1069 ( rrove 

Atwood Henry R, marine surveyor, S F, res L031 Seventh 

ave 
Atwood Wm W. engraver, > F,res 522 Bast Twenty-fourth 
Aubin Charles, carpenter, res 160 sixth 
Aubrighl Frederick, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

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Audiffred Emilia V Miss, res 1313 Brush 

Audiffred Eugenia M Miss, res 1313 Brush 

Audiffred Henry, Oakland Bone Yard, res 566 Twentv- 

fourth 
Audiffred Hyppolite, res 566 Twenty-fourth 
Audiffred Leontine A Miss, res 1313 Brush 
Audiffred Louis A, res 1313 Brush 
Auerbach Rose Mrs, res 586 Charter 
Auerbach Rudolph H, manager Salinger Bros, res 572 

Tenth 
Augareils Peter, butcher Eugene Avy, res Stock Yards 
Augenstein Ernest, jeweler, S F, res 2120 Magnolia 
Augur Geo J, physician and surgeon, NE cor Twelfth and 

Broadway, res same 
Augustio Antonio J, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

224 Eddie 
Ault C G, engineer S P Co, res 204 Sixteenth, S F 
Aultman Henry W, farmer, res head of Lake Temescal 
Aumault Charles, driver M Longe, res 617 Broadway 
Auroux Edward, laborer, res 361 First 
Auseon Dan, brakeman S P R R, res Fruit Vale 
Auseon John, brakeman S P R R, res Fruit Yale 
Auseon Perry, res Fruit Vale 

Avan , police officer, S F, res w s College ave nr 

Hudson 
Austen Burke, gardener I L Requa, res Piedmont 
Austin & Chaffee, real estate and brokers, cor East Four- 
teenth and Twenty-third ave 
Austin David S, master steamer Colima, res 1271 Seventh 

ave 
Austin E, collector Metropolitan Manufacturing Co, 720 

Seventh 
Austin George W, clerk McDonald & Cameron, res 125 Helen 
Austin Mary J, dressmaker, res 125 Helen 
Austin Sadie M Miss, res 1271 Seventh ave 
Austin William, blacksmith, res 125 Helen 
Avan Harriet Mrs, res College ave nr Hudson 
Avelar Annie Mrs, res 1063 East Twenty-first 
Aven William, laborer, res 210 Eighth 

Avenue House, Mrs M Denison propr, 1273 San Pablo ave 
Avery Albert W, conductor S P Co, res 1319 Telegraph ave 
Avery Angie E Miss, music teacher, res 953 Thirty-fifth 
Avery Frank M, clerk U B Wilson, S F, res 1382 Webster 
Avery Grant E, bootmaker Chas B Cornor, res 953 Thirty- 
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Avery M H, res 1012 Jefferson 






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Avery Susan S Mrs, widow, res 1382 Webster 

Avery S S Mrs, res 11S0 Nineteenth 

Avery T M, insurance, res 1180 Ninteenth 

Avery Walton F, pattern maker, S F, res 953 Thirty-fifth 

Avler Anton, laborer, res 921 East Fourteenth 

Avy Antone, laborer S P Co 

AVY EUGENE, wholesale butcher, Stock Yards, of- 
fice 320 Sansome, S F, res S F 
Aweng John, student Sackett School, res 861 Twenty-second 
Axtel W M, artist, res East Fourteenth bet Bray and Liese 
aves 

Axtell Henry, engineer California Hosiery Co, res 1318 
Eleventh ave 

Axx Adam, plasterer, res Ross House 

Ayala capitalist, res w s Telegraph ave nr Morgan 

AYDELOTTE J H (Depue & Aydelotte) teacher 
bookkeeping and mathematics, Depue & Avdelotte's 
Business College, res 577 Twelfth 
! Ayden Thomas, tanner Thomas W Corder, res Folger ave, 
Stock Yards 

Ayer Ed, student, res 977 Seventh ave 

Ayer Hattie G Mrs, teacher Franklin School, res 977 Sev- 
enth ave 

Ayer Richard B, clerk Sun Insurance Co, res 977 Seventh 

ave 
Avers A T, special police officer, res 222 Eleventh 
Avers C H, searcher of records G L Mix, res 1214 Brush 
Avers De Forest, searcher of records, res 010 Twelfth 
Avers Edward J, plumber Burtchaell & Crowley, res 010 

Twelfth 
Ayer- Frank, res 610 Twelfth 

Ayers M. real estate, 92] Broadway, res 610 Twelfth 
Ayer- Ransom G,foreman Wm T Veitch, res 512 Eighth 
Aymar Era A. carpenter, res 832 Twenty-second 
Ayr.- Aitlmr, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res L758 

Taylor 
Ayres A T, farmer, res L013 Seventh ave 
Ayres Coralin Miss, res L013 Seventh ave 
A rea Frank II, clerk James Maclise, res 610 Twelfth 
A res [rving | D L Beck & Sons, S F) res L205Oak 
Ayres .1 II. res 609 East Eighteenth 
Ayres Lizzie I Miss, stenographer, S 1\ res L 758 Taylor 
Ayres M A Miss, seamstress Clinton Bouse, res 277 Easl 

Twelfth 
Ayres Mary Mrs, teacher Olauson School, res L758Taylor 

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Tenth 
Baab Emma Mrs, res 313 Tenth 
Babb Chas, journalist, S F, res 2049 Market 
Baab Lyman D, special police officer, res 973 Seventh 
Babbidge Nellie Miss, domestic, res 1350 Madison 
Babbitt Hattie Miss, res 1954 Webster 
J Babbitt Solomon M (Barstow & Babbitt) res 1954 Webster 
fa. Babcock Mrs, res 825 Market 
£ Babcock Amanda Miss, res 827 Market 
§ Babcock Clarence C, clerk S P Co, res 911 Cedar 
y Babcock Frances Miss, clerk Mutual Endowment Associa- 
tion, res 965 Harrison 
Babcock George, coal and wood, hay and grain, San Pablo 

ave nr Powell, also Golden Gate, res 1218 Filbert 
Babcock Geo R, student, res 1216 Webster 
Babcock Henry C, constable, res e s Claremont ave nr Tele- 
graph ave 
Babcock John H, carpenter, res 126 Fourth 
Babcock Lafayette M, supt mnfg dept Geo H Tay & Co S 

F, res 1102 Thirtieth 
Babcock Lulu E Miss, student, res 959 Fourth ave 
Babcock Mary Mrs, res 965 Harrison 
Babcock Mattie Miss, res 1218 Filbert 
Babcock Sanford P, civil engineer, res 959 Fourth ave 
Babcock Viola Miss, clerk W W Camron, res 965 Harrison 
Babson Maria R Miss, res Blake House, 
Babue David J, res Folsom cor Eleventh, Golden Gate 
Babue Josephine Mi?s, fur sewer, S F, res Folsom 

Eleventh, Golden Gate 
Baca Jovita Miss, dressmaker, res Willamette House 
Baccus Benjamin, employe R R shops, res 755 Webster 
Bachelder Alvah H, manager Holt Bros, S F, res 

Hobart 
BACHELDER T F, attorney-at-law, 906 Broadway, 

room 57, res Sunol 
Bachrach Simon, insurance, res 776 Harrison 
Backer Patrick, gardener J E McElrath, res Elmwood, 

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Bachman Charlotte Mrs, res 1106 East Ninteenth 
Bachman George, student, res 1106 East Nineteenth 



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Backus Birdie Miss, student, res 1727 Goss 

Backus Oscar J, (Geo H Tay & Co,) S F, res 1424 Adeline 

Bacon Alice Mrs, East Oakland Hotel, 579 East Twelfth 

Bacon David M, res East Oakland Hotel, 579 East Twelfth 

Bacon Frank P, capitalist, res 923 Linden 

Bacon Gilbert W, conductor OCR Co, res 1790 San Pablo 

ave 
Bacon Helen Miss, res Fruit Vale 'ave. nr East Twenty- 
seventh 
Bacon Henry D, capitalist, res 960 Oak 

Bacon James H, confectioner, 965 Broadway, res 222 Ninth 
Bacon T F, physician and surgeon, 1148 East Fourteenth, 

res Fruit Vale ave or East Twenty-seventh 
Bacon Win F, collector The J Dewing Co, res 1053 Webster 
Bacum John, laborer, res 810 Alice 
Badescue Joe V, printer Pacific Press, res 718 Twelfth 
Badger Frances Miss, cook West Oakland Home, res 973 

Campbell 
Badger Thos W, capitalist, res 412 East Tenth 
Badger's Park, Siebe & Huber Bros, Seventh ave bet East 

Tenth and East Eighth 
Badgley Alice Miss, student, res 137 Athol ave 
Badgley Mary A Mrs, res 137 Athol ave 
Badgley May Miss, student, res 137 Athol ave 
Badglev Robert B, salesman, S F, res 137 Athol ave 
Badgley Wra 0, clerk S P Co office, S F, res 137 Athol ave 
Baer Aug, barkeeper A Krueckel, res cor Eleventh and 

Washington 
Baer Frank, clerk Central Pharmacy, res same 
Bagge Christian, farmer, res 1660 Fourteenth 

Baglin Harriet Mrs, widow, re> L715 Market 

Bagnelle Ray, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult Blind, 
res same 

Bahenier Fred, employe Pioneer Mills, res Franklin Hotel 

Bahlei John F, solicitor, res 1367 Castro 

Bahler M .J Mrs, book agt, res 1367 Castro 

Bahls A Mrs, res 9 12 Linden 

Bahlfl Herman, clerk, S F, res 942 Linden 

Bahls L Miss, rea B17 Myrtle 

Bahr Prank, employe Bash and Blind Factory, rea 1646 
. ciitli 

Bahr George, brewer Cramm A: Dieves, res Oakland Brew- 
ery 

Bahr Gottlieb, rea 203 1 (Jnion 

Bahteo Diedrich, mining Bupt, res M17 Tenth 

Bailey , carpenter C Mann A Co. res 362 Tenth 




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Bailej 7 Ann Mrs, res 567 East Twenty-third 

Bailey Austin, foreman Engine Co No 2, res 468 Sixth 

Bailey Charles A, appraiser San Francisco Savings Union, 

S F, res 1387 Harrison 
Bailey Edward, clerk, res 419 East Twelfth- 
Bailey F J Mrs, Umbrella and Parasol Factory, res 1517 

Seventh 
Bailey Hannah Mrs, res 464 Third 
Bailey Hettie Miss, res 419 East Twelfth 
Bailey Hiram, supervisor Dist No 1, Alameda Co 
Bailey Irena Mrs, widow, res 1713 Market 
Bailey James D, brakeman S P Cc, res 855 Harrison 
Bailey James M, salesman, res Galindo Hotel 
Bailey John N, street contractor, res 402 East Twentieth 
Bailey Lillie Miss, res 464 Third 
Bailey Mary Miss, artist, res 567 East Twenty-third 
Bailey Murray, res Kelsey House 
Bailey Oscar J, carpenter, res 905 East Fourteenth 
Bailey R G, advertising agt, res 1505 Fifth 
Bailey Rachel Mrs, widow, res 1517 Seventh 
Bailey Robt O, pressman Carruth & Carruth, res 1462 Tele- 
graph ave 
Bailey Thomas W, bookkeeper, res 1723 Seward 
Bailey Vincent, cleaner R R shops, res 927 Pine 
Bailev William H, capitalist, res 1389 Harrison 
Bailey Wm H (Chas Mann & Co) res 362 Tenth 
Bailev Samuel, band sawyer, S F, res 1401 Franklin 
BAILEY WILLIAM I, proprietor Empire Coal 

Yard, 710 Fifth, res 675 Fifth 
Bailey Wm T, printer Enquirer, res 419 East Twelfth 
\ Baillie A M Mrs, dressmaker, res 1367 Twelfth 
Baillie Lizzie M Miss, student, res 1367 Twelfth 
Bain Margaret Mrs, midwife, res 556 Sixteenth 
Bain Robert B, salesman A Schilling & Co, res 308 Thir- 
teenth 
Baird Isabella Mrs, res 820 Thirty-fourth 
Baird Saml L, res 1622 Eleventh ave 

Baker Aaron F (Baker & Battelle) res 662 Twenty-fourth 
Baker A & A (August and Albert Baker) installment deal- 
ers, 1412 San Pablo ave 
' Baker Albert (A & A Baker) res S F . 
Baker Albert F, contractor and builder, res 1303 Clay 
Baker Alfred, teamster C A King, res Winter's Hotel 
Baker Alfred J, grainer, res 562 Fifteenth 
Baker Alfred S, grainer, res 562 Fifteenth 
Baker Andrew, agt People's Express Co, res 1011 Pine 



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Baker Annie A Miss, dressmaker, res 482 Twenty-fifth 
Baker A P Mrs. res 918 Fifth 
Baker Arthur, res ^ v Division 

Baker Arthur M, clerk S P Co. S F. res 356 East Twenty- 
second 
Baker August (A & A Baker) res S F 
Baker Augustin, student, res 1119 Eleventh ave 
Baker A W, elerk S P Co. res Pullman Hotel 
Baker & Battelle (A F Baker and G E Battelle) artificial 

stone work. 662 Twenty-fourth 
Baker Carrie Miss, medical student, res 162 East Ninth 
Baker C E (Baker V & Cie) re, -.'1 Pine 
Baker Charles, teamster, res 2363 Fifth 
Baker Charles F. receiving teller Sather Banking Co. S F. 

res 1215 Chestnut 
Baker Charles F, paper hanger McGovern & Cahill. res 1' 9 

Broadwav. room 28 
Baker Charles \Y, painter Wm Ballantyne, res 1068 Broad- 
way 
Baker Darwin, clerk Adolph Bruenn. res 356 East Twenty- 
second 
Baker David F, salesman Peter Baker, res 362 Fifth 
Baker Edmund Gr, poultry breeder, re- 2 1*20 Elm 
Baker Elias, brick layer, res 1575 Chestnut 
Baker Eugene H, fireman S P Co, res 891 Pine 
Baker Frank, tailor Gordan Bros, res 716 Tenth 
Baker Frank, extraman Engine Co 2. res 168 Sixth 
Baker Frank, clerk Peter Baker. - 2 Fifth 
Baker Frank J (Frank J Baker & ( a S F 

Baker Frank J & Co (F J Baker and Wm A Foster) civil 

engineers and surveyors. 469 Ninth 
Baker Fred L,] an Pacific Press, re- 1957 Myrtle 

Baker Gershom A. foreman press room Pacific Press, res 

1957 Myrtle 
BAKER GEO Gr (Clough & Baker) res 162 East Ninth 
Baker Geo II. capitalist, rea 162 East Ninth 
Baker Geo l >. conductor B P Co, rea : Bast Eleventh 
Bakei Barry, student, rea 504 Thirteenth 
Bak( ir Benry M. carpenter 8 PCo, rea 1052 Kirkham 
Baker Henry If, carpenter BP( - l"l s Pi: 

Baker Benry Y neer S P ( '". rea 1766 William 

Bak< H rard s. clerk Dunham A Oarrigan, B F. rea 815 

East Fifteenth 
Baker J Mrs, hair di and employment agt, 1116 Wash- 

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Baker James, draughtsman, rea l M l s Pine 



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Baker Jefferson B, carpenter, res 1975 Broadway 

Baker Jehial H, res 1213 Chestnut 

Baker John, upholsterer, 1712 Taylor, res same 

Baker John, laundrymau Contra Costa Laundry 

Baker John H, special policeman, res 884 Twenty-seventh 

Baker Joseph, real estate, res 212 Eleventh 

Baker Joseph, helper R R shops, res 1015 Linden 

Baker Joseph F, coppersmith S P Co, res 1883 Division 

Baker Joseph H, carpenter, res 672 Sycamore 

Baker Justin R, pressman Pacific Press, res 1961 Myrtle 

Baker J W, bookkeeper Alameda Macadamizing Co, res 

Galindo Hotel 
Baker Llewellyn P, horse breeder, res 1118 Kirkham 
Baker L R Mrs, widow, res 1375 Franklin 
Baker Margaret H Mrs, res 482 Twenty-fifth 
Baker Martha D Miss, res 562 Fifteenth 
Baker Mary Miss, music teacher, res 162 East Ninth 
Baker Mary A Miss, res 437 Hawthorne 
Baker May Miss, res 1119 Eleventh ave 
Baker M H Miss, clerk Union Savings Bank, res 482 

Twenty-fifth 
Baker M Sibley, bookkeeper Humboldt Lumber Co res 

1529 Twenty-fourth 
Baker Otis, laborer, res 521 Twenty-fourth 
Baker Orrin V (Baker V & Cie) res 891 Pine 
Baker V & Cie (Baker V and C E) blacksmiths, 889 

Pine 
Baker Orrin V Jr, expressman, stand cor Twelfth and Broad- 
way, res 891 Pine 
Baker Patrick, teamster Oakland Lumber Co 

BAKER PETER, groceries and provisions, 823 

Broadway, res 362 Fifth 
Baker R G, apprentice Pacific Press, res 1957 Myrtle 
Baker R H, insurance agt, res Winsor Hotel 
Baker Robert G, pressman Pacific Press, res 1957 Myrtle 
Baker Rush D, clerk S P Co, S F, res 356 East Twenty- 
second 
Baker Rush D Jr, clerk, res 356 East Twenty-second 
Baker S Mrs, bookbinder Pacific Press, res 1961 Myrtle 
Baker Samuel Mrs, res 815 East Fifteenth 
Baker Samuel P, solicitor S F Call, res 1214 Tenth ave 
Baker Shirley, student, res 815 East Fifteenth 
Baker S J Mrs, res 891 Pine 
Baker Thomas, laborer, res 1883 Division 
Baker T A (Harris & Baker) res 413 Twelfth 
Baker Vesta I Miss, stenographer, res 1310 Franklin 



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Baker Wm, mining, res 1 1 1 S » Eleventh ave 
Baker Wm G, insurance agt, res Windsor Hotel 
Baker Wm J, clerk, S F, res 1119 Eleventh ave 
Baker Winafred Miss, res 1SS3 Division 
Balbach John, employe Bay City Mills 
Balch Eustis, carpenter, res 1376 Ninth ave 
Balch Horace M, piano tuner, res 1316 Adeline 
Balch L A Mrs. kindergaten school, res 1316 Adeline 



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Baldocchi F, salesman M Baldocchi, res 366 Twelfth 
Baldocchi M, fruit, 366 Twelfth, res same 
Baldrige S Miss (Hanavan & Baldrige) res 1156 Broadway 
Baldromos Joe M, coachman F Galindo, res w s Telegraph 

ave nr Morgan 
Baldwin Abner, bridge carpenter, res 715 Third 
Baldwin Ebie, cement layer, res 069 Thirty-sixth 
Baldwin E D, employe S P Co, res 816 Cedar 
Baldwin Geo P, foreman baker Thompson Bros, res 3*20 

East Eighth 
Baldwin George W, res Thirty-third nr Grove 
Baldwin George W, laborer, res 969 Thirty-sixth 
Baldwin Harry C, student University of California, res 1410 

Franklin 
Baldwin Henry, yardman C E H Reed, res 320 East Eighth 
Baldwin Henry B, teamster, res 320 East Eighth 
Baldwin Isabell A, res Vernon ave 
Baldwin Martha V Mrs, res 1410 Franklin 
Baldwin Marvin A, vaquoro, Bakersfield, res 1410 Franklin 
Baldwin Minor P, mining, res 969 Thirty-sixth 
Baldwin M L Mrs, res 1254 Eleventh ave 
Baldwin Robert O, physician and surgeon, rooms 9-10 

Playter Block, res same 
Baldwin S G W Mrs, widow, res 930 Adeline 
Baldwin Wm S, Pacific Coast agt Vanderbilt's system of 

railways, res 1422 Eighth 
Baleni John, stone mason Mountain View Cemetery, res 

same 
Balensiefer Wm F, salesman, S F, res 559 Seventeenth 
Bale- David W, blacksmith, res 615 East Twenty-third 
Balkwell Charles, ferry hand steamer Piedmont t res 1661 

Eighth 
Balkwill Lena L Miss, milliner R Jours, res 1211 Clay 
Balkwill May E Miss, milliner Jones, res 1214 Clay 
Ball C II. engineer S PCo, rea 876 Wood 
Ball Edward W F, butcher, res Union ave nr Green, Stock 

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Ball Frank J, employe U S Mint, S F, res 1311 Jefferson 
Ball Jennie Miss, res 1261 Clay 
Ball J R, switchman S P Co, res Chester House 
! Ball Nicholas A, bookkeeper W P Wheeler, res 1374 Tele- 
graph ave 
Ball Tessie Miss, res 1261 Clay 
Ball Thos M, printer, res 1261 Clay 
i Ball William C, mill hand California Door Co, res Seventh 

nr Webster 
| Ballantyne Charles A, res 412 Fifteenth 
Ballantvne William H, painter and paperhanger, 3 

Twelfth, res 412 Fifteenth 
Ballard Byron, laborer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 719 

Fourth 
I Ballard Geo, fireman County Court House, res West Berke- 
ley 
! Ballard James W, liquors, retail and jobber, 912 Broadway, 

res 942 Wood 
Balmforth Ralph, employe United States Mint, S F, res 535 

Sixteenth 
Balmforth V Mrs, dressmaker, res 535 Sixteenth 
Balsclen Emma Miss, res 1303 Grove 

Balzaratti Eugene, carpenter California Door Co, res Capi- 
tal House 
Balzer John, bootmaker 805 Broad wav, res 416 Eighth 
Bamford C E Mrs, res 621 East Fifteenth 
Bamford Mary E Mi-s, res 621 East Fifteenth 
Bammann F, groceries, wines and liquors, 1451 Seventh, res 

same 
Bancroft C L Mrs, res 1002 Adeline 
Bandle George E, clerk S P Co, res 929 Wood 
t Bandle Louis R, machinist S P Co, res 929 Wood 
BANE L D MRS, furnished rooms, 864 Washing- 
ton, res same 
Bane Wm R, res 680 Eighteenth 

[ Banfield John, bartender J C Phillips, res 915 Seventh 
| Bangle Amos L, res 1214 Tenth ave 
I Bangle Branson, painter, res 1278 Tenth ave 
Bangle Edward, carriage painter, res 1352 Sixth ave 
| Bangle Edw r ard, clerk Craft & Russell, res 1214 Tenth ave 
Bangle Ed Jr, clerk Craft & Russell, res 1214 Tenth ave 
Bangle Eva Miss, res 1352 Sixth ave 
S Bangle Phoebe Mrs, res 1352 Sixth ave 
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Bangs Franklin, Home Mutual Insurance Co, S F. res cor 
Fourth ave and East Twenty-third 

Bank Building, Mrs Martha Stillwell propr, 1104 Broad- 
way 

Bankhead D B, employe Coal Consumers' Association, res 
TIG Fifth 

Bankhead Hugh, drv and fancy goods 911 Washington, res 
1358 Brush 

Bankhead Jane Mrs, res 752 Castro 

Bankhead John W, house mover and extraman Hook and 
Lader No 1, res 557 Seventh 

Bankhead Malcolm, student Sackett School, res 911 Wash- 
ington 

Bankhead Malcolm B, tinner M Sanford, res Temescal 

Bankhead William Smith, res 752 Castro 

Banks Edward, dipper tender S P Co, res 1670 Atlantic 

Banks Emma Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Banks Geo, clerk Wells, Fargo & Co, S F, res 1366 Eleventh 
ave 

Banks Mellie Mrs, tailoress, 1687 Seventh 

Banks Wm, pile driver, res 1670 Atlantic 

Bannister George, sawyer Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, 
res S F 

Bannou May Miss, res 1057 Market 

Banry Belle Miss, chambermaid Industrial Home for the 
Adult Blind, res same 

Baptista & Thomas (M Baptists and John Thomas) groce- 
ries, wines and liquors, 753 Campbell 

Baptista Manuel (Baptista & Thomas) res 720 Chester 

Baptista Manuel, laborer, res 1723 Seventh 

Baptist Church, cor Twenty-third ave and East Seventeenth 

Baptist Chinese Mission, Mrs J R Bradway missionary, 
7 1 7 Eleventh 

Baptiste Prank, Laborer, res L726 Filbert 

Baptiste Frank Jr, delivery clerk Salinger's, res 1762 Fil- 
bert 

BarackmaD & Gee (J Ross Barackman and F Burton Gre 
Pacific Coast Advertising and Collecting Agency, 468 
Ninth 

Barackman J Ross (Barackman a- G res BOO Franklin 

Baraillea John (Bayle, ha Coste a- Co) resSF 

Baraillea Peter ( Bayle, La Coste a- Co) 

Barattini Lorenz, laborer, res 922 Third 

Barba Samuel, teamster El II Lenox, res 567 EastFour- 
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Barbagelata Angelina Miss, res 606 Third 
Barbagelata Emilia Miss, stenograper, res 606 Third 
Barbagelata Francis, res 606 Third 
Barbagelatta G, employe Burnham Standeford Co 
Barbagelatta John, employe SP Co, res 606 -Third 
Barbagelatta Julinette Miss, res 606 Third 
Barbagelatta Oscar N, clerk Ghirardelli & Sons, S F, res 538 

Twentieth 
Barber Elmer H, mgr W H Nolan & Co, res 517 Ninth 
Barber James B, County Tax Collector, County Court House, 

room 2, res Alameda 
Barber J E, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res Alameda 
Barber J H, carpenter W T Veitch 
Barber Lillie, domestic, 918 Tenth 

Barber Matthew O, farmer, res cor Second ave and Clifton - 
Barberi Frank, caterer 420 First, res same 
Barbieri Gaetano, liquors retail 1801 Grove, res same 
Barbolla Alice Miss, res 2216 Chestnut 
Barbour James W, res 672 Eighteenth 
Barclay Kate L Mrs, widow, res 1712 Taylor 
Barclay Millard F, machine hand planing mill, res 1111 

Twenty-second 
Bardellini Joseph, copyist, Hall of Records, res 1723 Linden 
Bardora Andreas, laundrvman Contra Costa Laundry 
Barg Henry (Ferguson & Barg) res 1764 Atlantic 
Bargion Peter, mining, res 1005 Franklin 
Barker Charles R, carpenter, res 2217 Chestnut 
Barker Elsie C Miss, res 856 Jefferson 
Barker Enoch W, supt penmanship Oakland Public Schools, 

office 1115 Broadway, room 22, res 484 Plymouth aye 
Barker John O, frame maker G B Daniels & Co 
Barker John P, bookkeeper C L Taylor, S F, res Bank 

Building 
Barker John O, employe Times, res 856 Jefferson 
Barker Joseph H, mechanical engineer, res 1217 Harrison 
Barker Joshua, bookkeeper, S F, res 538 Hobart 
Barker M A Mrs, dressmaker Mrs H T Wallace, res 856 

Jefferson 
Barker Neal D, draughtsman J C Mathews & Son, res Shat- 

tuck aye nr Ashby 
Barker Squire, molder, res 130 Hannah 
Barker Timothy L, res 1119 Castro 
Barker W J, employe ferry steamer Alameda, res 417 

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Barkman Louis, electrotvper, S F, res 1453 Seventh 
BARLOW ALBERT (People's Express Co) 423 

Tenth, res S F 
Barlow Charles, res 1723 Nineteenth ave 
Barlow Frank T, clerk, S F, res 214 B 
Barlow Louisa Miss, res 311 East Twelfth 
Barlow Mary Mrs, widow, res 214 B 
Barnaby Asa, mining, S F, res 1069 West 
: Barnard C S, carpenter, res 1169 West 
Barnard Daniel D, res 677 Twenty-first 
Barnard E E, mgr Chieftain Livery and Sale Stables, res 

1221 Eighth 
Barnard Ezra, cabinetmaker, res 976 Thirty-sixth 
Barnard Grace E Miss, res 677 Twenty-first 
Barnard Hal W, clerk Oregon Improvement Co, S F, res 682 

Twenty-ninth 
Barnard Lemuel H, sec San Francisco Candle Co, S F, res 

682 Twenty-ninth 
Barnard Wm C, cashier H Dutard, S F, res 576 Twentieth 
Barnard Wm E, real estate and auctioneer 469 Ninth, res 

677 Twenty-first 
Barner Washington, stock dealer, res Stock Yards 
Barner Washington, vaquero Grayson, Owen & Co, res Dal- 

ton ave, Stock Yards 
Barnes & Crackels, painters, 1157 East Fourteenth 
Barnes Geo P, res 559 Seventeenth 
Barnes Harry C, machinist, res 1322 Twelfth 
Barnes James L, machinist R R shops, res 1616 Twelfth 
Barnes L J Mrs, varieties 1492 San Pablo ave, res same 
Barnes Mary Miss, saleslady, 1265 Clay 
Barnes Michael, collector, res 863 Chester 
Barnes N Mrs, res 1119 Thirteenth ave 
Barnes Thomas, employe California Hosiery Co, res 1128 

Third 
Barnes Wm C, dentist Burnette Dental Co, res Hay wards 
Barnes William, painter, res 608 Valdez 
Barnetl A M. t ravelin-- agt, s F, res 630 Eighteenth 
Barnetl David, furniture, 473-5 Eighth, res 412 Fifth 
Barnetl Edward, clothing, men's furnishings 843 Broad- 
way, res 57 I Ninth 
Barnetl Frank, paper banger Whittier Fuller A Co, its 523 

Eighth 
Barnetl Gussie Miss, dressmaker, res 410 Fifth 
Barnewitz Theodore, house and Bign painter, res 2484 Tele- 

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Barney Alfred S, auditor Home Benefit Life Association, 

res Oakland ave, Vernon Hights 
Barney Charles L, employe S P Co, res 1723 Filbert 
Barney Fred, sign writer V P Mitchel's, res 1723 Filbert 
Barney John N, carpenter, res 1723 Filbert 
Barney Raymond, painter, res 467 Twenty-first 
Barngrover Sarah A Miss, seamstress, res 1405 Alice 
Barnhard J, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co, res 

Quarry 
Barnhisel Charles, driver T J Cloony, 1575 Seventh 
Barnhisel Oliver B, res 1575 Seventh 
Barnickel Paul, engineer Hickok. & Son, res 658 Webster 
Barnickel Willie, news agt S P Co, res 658 Webster 
Barnett Isaac, fruit peddler, res 410 Fifth 
Barnett Jennie Miss, res 410 Fifth 
Barnett John, patrolman, res 523 Eighth 
Barnett John Jr, plumber, res 523 Eighth 
Barnett Nellie, res 523 Eighth 
Barnett Rufus P, supt dredging S P Co, res 924 East 

Twenty-third 
Barnstead A D Mrs, res 1782 Goss 
Barnum D B, res 701 Castro 
Barnum Restaurant, Lavorel & Pagge proprs, SE cor 

Broadwav and Seventh 
BARNUM S F MRS, manager Women's Christian 

Temperance Union Restaurant, 476 Ninth, res Ala- 
meda 
Baron Philip, teacher of music, res 1352 Harrison 
Barr John, machinist Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, res 

S F 
Barr Rutherford T, barber Wm H Stewart, res 209 Fourth 
Barr Thomas, capitalist, res Playter Block 
Barracks James, sticker East Oakland Planing Mill, res 638 

Valdez 
Barrela Guiseppi, miner P C R Quarry, res same 
Barrell E C Mrs, res 1462 West 
Barrett Mrs, 756 Seventh 

Barrett Abraham, shoemaker, res 570 Fifteenth 
Barrett Alex P, laborer, res rear 1005 Twenty-second 
Barrett Antonio M, employe S P Co, res 872 Campbell 
Barrett Charles R, capitalist, res 1961 Grove 
Barrett Daniel S P, inventor, res 614 East Sixteenth 
Barrett D W, mgr furniture warerooms McGovern & 

Cahill, res NW cor Seventh and Clay 
Barrett George, res 1504 Eighth 
Barrett Geo, farmer, res 1249 Broadway 



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Barrett Jennie Miss, res 833 Myrtle 

Barrett John, teacher Hopkins Academy, res same 

Barrett John, gardener, res 554 East Eighteenth 

Barrett John S, clerk W J Stuart, res 833 Myrtle 

Barrett M A Miss, res 1454| Seventh 

Barrett Mamie Miss, res 833 Myrtle 

Barrett Patrick, butcher, res 833 Myrtle 

Barrett Richard, laborer, res 709 Castro 

Barrett Susie Miss, seamstress, res 872 Campbell 

Barrett Wm, driver Hook and Ladder Co Xo 2 

Barrett Win J, traveling agt, S F, res 1430 Tenth 

Barrilla Joseph, laborer, res First ave nr Claremont 

Barrington Geo F, bookkeeper U S Customs, S F, res 1232 

Chestnut 
Bar ringer Peter H, water front foot of Jefferson 
Barron Michael, emplove East Oakland Planing Mill, res 

S F 
Barron Zeb, groceries 1902 San Pablo ave, res same 
Barrows Ella Miss, res Fairmont House 
Barrows John, commission merchant, S F, res Fairmont 

House 
Barrows L C Mrs, propr Fairmont House, San Pablo ave 

bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
Barry David, carriage painter J E Johnston, res 1803 West 
Barry David, gardener, res 1022 West 
Barry Edward, broker, S F, res 1012 Adeline 
Barry Herbert M, clerk Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, 

res 1012 Adeline 
Barry Horatio N, conductor S P Co, res 1707 Chase 
Barry John, plumber Sturm & Leitch, res 1022 Eleventh 

cor West 
Barry John, cleaner R R shops, res 873 Peralta 
Barry John H, carriage maker, Fourteenth, res 835a Market 
Barry John -I. capitalist, res s 7:' Peralta 
Harry John J Jr, clerk freight dept S P Co, res 873 Peralta 
Barry Kate Miss, res 1022 West 
Barry Mary Mr-, res 1577 San Pablo ave 
Harry Newton II, insurance clerk, S F. res L012 Adeline 
Barry Patrick, painter, res 1<><> ( .> Franklin 
Barry Richard, mgr Jarvis Club Room, res Henry 
Barry Richard F, painter P N Kuss, res ">17 Ninth 
Barry T F, driver Truck ( 1 «» \«> l 
Barry Wm, gardener, res L627 Eighth 
Barsalloti Albert, cook, res 317 Fourth 
Barserio P, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, 

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Barstow Alfred, atty-at-law, S F, res 1018 Eighteenth 
Barstow Amanda M Miss, res 1352 Harrison 
Barstow Anson (Barstow & Babbitt) res 1356 Franklin 
Barstow & Babbitt (Anson Barstow and S M Babbitt) hay 

and grain, wood and coal, SE cor Thirteenth and 

Franklin 
Barstow David G, clerk Dr Bodle, res 1064 Twenty-second 
Barstow Frederick 0, physician, res 2308 San Pablo ave 
Barstow Fred, student, res 1018 Eighteenth 
Barstow Grace Miss, student, res 1018 Eighteenth 
Barstow Lizzie Miss, res 1064 Twenty-second 
Barstow Lizzie R Mrs, widow, res 1064 Twenty-second 
Barstow Wallace, sign writer, res 1064 Twenty-second 
Bartello Walter S, painter S P Co, res 1009 Wood 
Bartelme L Mrs, dressmaker, 13S3 Broadway, res same 
Bartelme John P, clerk Levi Strauss & Co, S F, res 1383 

Broadway 
Bartels Bernard, employe Pacific Iron and Xail Works, res 

721 Third 
Bartels Charles, barber, 457 Tenth, res 501 Twenty-fourth 
Bartels Charles Jr, brass finisher, res 501 Twenty-fourth 
Bartels Emma Miss, res 501 Twenty-fourth 
Bartels Henry, employe Pacific Iron and Xail Works, res 

721 Third 
Bartels Laura Miss, res 501 Twenty-fourth 
Bartels Maud, 1266 Center 
Bartelo C William, carpenter Eagle Planing Mil], res 725 

Alice 
Barthel Curt, finisher City Brass Works, res 713 Franklin 
Bartholomew C A, res 1149 Twenty-third ave 
Bartholomew E M Mrs, teacher Franklin School, res 256 

East Sixteenth 
Bartholomew Emilie Mrs, res 1416 Grove 
Bartholomew George, horse trainer, res 1006 Sixth ave 
Bartholomew George Jr, horse trainer, res 1006 Sixth ave 
Bartholomew Xelson, carpenter, res 410 East Eleventh 
Bartholomew Xettie E Mrs, res 1371 Harrison 
Bartholomew Xettie Miss, res 1006 Sixth ave 
Bartholomew Seth, mariner, res 256 East Sixteenth 
Bartholomew Wm, horse trainer, res 1006 Sixth ave 
Bartles Wm, upholsterer C Schreiber, res 2319 Grove 
Bartlett Mrs, res 602 Fourteenth 

Bartlett Alice, stenographer Pacific Press, res 715 Twelfth 
Bartlett A M Miss, res 578 Ninth 
Bartlett Charles E, res 578 Ninth 
Bartlett Cornelia Mrs, res QQQ Twenty-ninth 



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Bartlett E E Mrs, res Nucleus House 

Bartlett Eliza D Mrs, widow, res 267 Ninth 

Bartlett George, carriage paiuter Sohst Bros, res 57S Ninth 

Bartlett George C, bookkeeper S F Savings Union 
S F, res 1124 Thirteenth ave 

Bartlett George E, cigarmaker, res 72S Linden ' 

Bartlett Harriet S Mrs, res 939 Union 

Bartlett H S, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res 1124 Thir- 
teenth ave 

Bartlett Jos A, employe Studebaker Manufacturing Co. res 
The Centennial 

Bartlett M B Mrs, res 578 Ninth 

Bartlett Xellie Miss, res 1124 Thirteenth ave 

Bartlett Pliny (Hallett, Bartlett & Dalton) res 1311 Frank- 
lin 

Bartlett Pliny V S, asst U S Geological Survey, res 1311 
Franklin 

Bartlett Sarah A C Mrs, res 1124 Thirteenth ave 

Bartlett Thomas J, carpenter, res 1664 Twenty-first ave 

Bartlett William, tailor, S F, res 602 Fourteenth 

Bartlett Wm C, editor S F Bulletin, res 477 Prospect 

Bartling Bertha Miss, res 719 Fourteenth 

Bartling Grace Miss, res 719 Fourteenth 

Bartling H M Mrs, res 719 Fourteenth 

Barton , carpenter W T Veitcli 

Barton Carrie A Mrs, coffee house Twenty-third ave Station 

Barton H, switchman S P Co, res 973 Seventh 

Basch Emily Mrs, res 951 Webster 

Bascizza George, Morning Sun Restaurant 1157 Seventh. 
pea -arae 

Base Ball Grounds, San Pable ave nr Folsom, Golden (Tate 
shford Edward L, res 1379 Harrison 
tiford Frances A Mrs, widow, res 1379 Harrison 

Basler Wm, baker, res n s Forty-Fifth nr Grove 

Basnett Dora, hinder Pacific Press, res 702 Eleventh 

Bass Lav i ilia Mrs, washing and ironing, res B37-J Brash 

Bassetl Augustus 8, painter S P Co, res B35 Willow 

Basset! Alonzo, stone cutter, res 809 Thirteenth 
setl John D, collector, res 702 Eleventh 

Basset! El Mrs, employe California Hosiery Co, res 862 Mil- 
ton 

sett Henry F, carpenter, res 824 Twenty-second 
Bassetl James C, builder, res 766 Twentieth 
Bassetl James M, law department S PCo, res 728 Eighth 
ett J Frank, real estate, res 96 I Market 



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ave, Golden Gate 
Bassett Stella, milliner F M Reed & Co, res 809 Thirteenth 
Bassett Summerfield, engineer S P Co, res 916 Pine 
Bassilo Harry, frnit stand cor Tenth and Broadway, res 

Ninth nr Webster 
Bastian Charles E, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res Galindo 

Hotel 
Bastian Frank, res Capital Hotel 

Bastian Frederick, blacksmith S P Co, res 1716 Eighth 
Bastiano Geffere, cook Philadelphia Restaurant, res 165 Sev- 
enth 
Batchelder A H, res 545 Twentieth 
Batchelder D F, special officer Police Department, res 

Nucleus Block 
Batchelder Eliza Mrs, dressmaker, res 539 Seventeenth 
Batchelder Elmer E, clerk Win F Batchelder, res 565 Fif- 
teenth 
Batchelder Samuel S, janitor First Presbyterian Church, 

res Plavter Block 
BATCHELDER WM F, groceries, fruit, &c, 1277 

San Pablo ave, res 712 Nineteenth 
Batchelder Wm K, carpenter, res 539 Seventeenth 
Batchelder P J, carpenter Independent Planing Mills, res 

Castro nr Fifth 
Bateman Henry, planing mill employe, res 1420 Tenth 
Bates A F, clerk John W Epley, res 804 Twelfth 
Bates Albert, clerk, res 664 Eighteenth 
Bates Alexander F, clerk, res 768 Twelfth 
BATES CHAS D, superintendent Alameda Macad- 
amizing Co, res 756 Eleventh 
Bates Charles D, res 451 B 
Bates Ephraim J, contractor, 451 B, res same 
Bates Ethel Miss, res 756 Eleventh 
Bates Fred, carpenter, res 519 Eighth 
Bates George, grip man OCR Co, res 1625 Grove 
Batkin Henry, clerk, S F, res 1019 Chester 
Batkin L, clerk, S F, res 1217 Eighth 
Batterman Lucy A S Mrs, res 840 West 
Battles Frank, conductor O R R Co, res Temescal 
Bat telle G E (Baker & Battelie) res Alameda 
Baudin John P, contractor and builder, res 560 Sixteenth 
Baudle L, machinist R R Co, res 929 Wood 
Baudrey Daniel, watchman O R R Co, res Temescal 
Bauer Antone, bartender Billey Kohler, res 834 Broadway 
Bauer C, res 1184 East Fourteenth 

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Bauer Flora Miss, res 1184 East Fourteenth 

Bauer Peter, capitalist, res 14 Valley 

Bauerle A H, res n s Grant ave nr Telegraph 

Bauerle John, carpenter, res n s Grant ave nr Telegraph 

Bauhofer Hermann, cigarmaker Martin Bauhofer, res 1714 

Thirteenth ave 
Bauhofer Martin, cigar mfr, 1714 Thirteenth ave. res same 
Baum Alois, employe Sol Greenhood. res 633 Fourteenth 
Bauman John, contractor and builder, res 1073 Fourteenth 

ave 
Baumann Michael, laborer, res 2248 Magnolia 
Baumgardner Fred, tobacco, S F, re- 911 Myrtle 
Baumgarten Jennie Mrs, res 511 Sixth 
Baumgarten Mamie Miss, employe California Hosiery Co, 

res 511 Sixth 
BAUSKE R E, dentist, 10034- Broadway, room 2, res 

The Brunswick 
Bavina Antonio, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Baxley Alice Miss, res Fruit Vale Heights 
Baxley Frances Miss, res Fruit Vale Heights 
Baxley George W, drug clerk, res 1955 Union 
Baxley John YV machine hand, res 1955 Union 
Baxley John \V Jr, carpenter, res 1955 Union 
Baxley Mary Mrs, res Fruit Vale Heights 
Baxley Samuel A, student, res 1955 Union 
Baxley Webb, lumber dealer, S F, res Fruit Vale Heights 
Baxley William T, lumber dealer, S F, res Fruit Vale O 

Heights 

ter Arthur C, clerk. 8 F. rea 1236 Adeline ^Z 

Baxter Edward, clerk S P Co, rea L057 Center PJ 

Baxter Ellery K. butcher J B Baxter, rea 26 Watta ^ 

Baxter Qawley W. capitalist. S F. rea 1236 Adeline 
Baxter James, engineer, rea 1916 Linden 
Baxter James, driver Qui mby A Remmer, res 810 Twenty- ^ 

fourth 

ter John I>. butcher, nr cor San Pablo ave and Thirty- 
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Baxter T Wm, i 7 Thirteenth ave 

Wm 8 n r, 8 F. rea L419 Myrtle 

Bay City Flour Mills, Samm A Westphal proprs, cor 1 

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Bay District School, cor San Pablo and Crawford 
Bay John, laborer, res 1723 Seventh 
Bayle John (Bayle, La Coste & Co) res S F 
Bayle, La Coste & Co (John Bayle, John La Coste, John and 

Peter Barailles) tripe, Stock Yards and S F 
Bayles Abraham, house mover, res 873 Lydia 
Bayles Eliza Mrs, res 612 Eleventh ave 
Bayles Geo, house mover, res 1630 Adeline 
Bayles Joseph, house mover, res 873 Lydia 
Bayles Wheeler, house mover, res 873 Lydia 
Bayley Alice Miss, res 1409 Castro 
Bayley Arthur N, clerk, S F, res 1307 Castro 
BAYLEY CHAS H, photographer, 515 Seventh, res 

220 North Center 
Bayley Geo B, capitalist, S F, res 1307 Castro 
Bayley Gertrude Miss, res 1307 Castro 
Bayley Guy, student, res 1409 Castro 
Bayley J H Mrs, res 1409 Castro 
Bayley Josephine Miss, res 1409 Castro 
Bayley Norine Miss, student, res 1409 Castro 
Bayly Charles F, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Park ave nr Horton 
Bayly Henry, foreman Judson Manufacturing Co, res Park 

ave 
Bayly Henry Jr, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Park ave 
Bayly Henry G, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Park 

ave nr Horton 
Bay State Bakery, Joseph N Davidson propr, 520 Four- 
teenth 
Beach Andrew C, res 552 Albion 
Beach Anne Miss, res 677 Third 
Beach Charles R, res 677 Third 
Beach Clara Miss, res 677 Third 
Beach George A, res 1110 Alice 
Beach H H, bookkeeper William Peck & Co, S F, res 615 

Tenth 
Beach John (Harry Inwall & Co) res 418 Twelfth 
Beach Mary Miss, clerk Land Title Co, res 677 Third 
Beach Robert C, attorney-at-law and seacher records R S 

Leckie, 677 Third 
Beach Thomas, res 1110 Alice 
Beacom W H, teacher English and Penmanship Depue & 

Aydelotte's Business College, res 1165 Jackson 



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Beadle Charles F, salesman Taft & Penuoyer, res 520 Eigh- 
teenth 
Behan Gus, clerk Joe Lancaster, res 838 Castro 
Beaizley Win B, court clerk, S F, res 940 Filbert 
Beakley Henry, tvatchmaker and jeweler, s s Columbus ave 

bet Maple and Telegraph aves, res same 
Beal Charles, driver Glaze Bros, res 956 Pine 
Beal Kirk, special delivery messenger P 0, res 801 Twenty- 
sixth 
Beal Robert W, clerk John Cushing & Son, res 969 Jefferson 
Beal William B, broker, S F, res 576 East Fourteenth 
Beale Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 653 Adeline 
Beale Jonathan, carpenter William Berry, res 653 Adeline 
Beals Charles, laundryman Contra Costra Laundry 
Beals H, boilermaker S P Co, res 829 Cedar 
Beals Henry, mfr Garland Sewer Traps, 1901 Broadway, 

res same 
Beals Wm, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Beam Annie Mrs, res San Pablo ave cor Sutter, Golden 

Gate 
Beam Isaiah W, asst mgr California Wire Works. S F, res 

1458 Castro 
Beam Joel M, cook, res 1631 Market 
Beam Mamie Miss, res 1631 Market 
Beam Mary G Miss, res 1352 Franklin 

Beaman Archibald F, clerk, S F, res San Pablo ave nr Pow- 
ell, Golden Gate 
Beaman Harriet L Mrs, res 718 Ninth 
Beamer Charles, laborer, res Franklin Hotel 
Bean Jackson, bookkeeper EBloomfield, res 1232 San Pablo 

ave 
Bean Joseph, doormaker California Door Co, res S F 
BEAN L D MRS, furnished rooms, 8(>4 Washington 
Beau Thomas, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult Blind, 

res same 
Bean Wm II. sale-man, res 1404 Tenth 
Beane AlphonzoG, plasterer, res Parson nr San Pablo ave, 
Golden Gate 

Beans Archibald, carpenter, re- 513 Ninth 

Bear Abraham, switchman S P Co, res 1 L65j Seventh 
Bear 13 A. repairer R R shops, res 703 Campbell 
Beard Thomas, farmer, pes Lake Shore ave 
BEARDSLEY & CRAM (J 8 Beardsley and E G 

Cram) real estate and insurance, 470 Tenth 
Beardsley Effie Miss, music teacher. L262 Market 
Beardsley ( reo, decorator Armstrong A Merchant 



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BEARDSIEY J S (Beardsley & Cram) res 1262 

Market 
Beardsley I. res 1316 Grove 
Beardsley Lydia E, 1316 Grove 
Beardsley Melvin W, paints, S F, res San Pablo ave nr 

Forty-first 
Bearmier Alice Mrs, house cleaning, res S37 Brush 
Beary William, laborer \Vinthrop House 
Beasley J H, agt Grand Rapids Chair Co, res 117S East 

Fourteenth 
Beasmore Minnie Miss, clerk Mrs S H Harkins, res 1127 

Thirteenth ave 
Beatty Belle Miss, compositor Pacific Press, res 768 Twen- 
tieth 
Beattv Josephine Mrs, with Callustro Companv, res Playter 

Block 
Beatty Mary Mrs. widow, res 76S Twentieth 
Beatty Thomas, pressman Pacific Press, res 76S Twentieth 
Beaty YVm, carpenter, res 362 Tenth 
Beauchamp Joseph E. driver B B £ P R R, res Piedmont 

ave nr Mountain View Cemetery 
Beaudrv M Florence Miss, res Powell cor Eighth, Golden 

Gate 
Beaudrv Isabelle Miss, res Powell cor Eighth. Golden Gate 
Beaudrv Louis M, farmer, res Powell cor Eighth, Golden 

Gate 
Beaudrv Louis M Jr, student, res Powell cor Eighth, Golden 

Gate 
Beaugner Anna Mrs, waitress W C T U Restaursnt, res 803 

Isabell 
Beauvais Vinnie Mrs, res 951 Grove 
Becchio R, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, res 

same 
Bechdel Xelson A, machinist R R shops, res 876 Wood 
Becht Charles F, res 1168 Webster 
Becht Dora Miss, res 879 Twenty-second 
Bechtel Fred H, mining, res Fruit Vale ave 
Bechtel John, res 1466 Eighth 
Bechtold Annie Mrs, res 1169 Center 
Beck Ada Miss, res 573 Sixteenth 
Beck Emma Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Beek D L Mrs, res 512 Twenty-second 
Beck E A Miss, res 573 Sixteenth 

Beck Eugene B, commission merchant, S F, res 1339 Alice 
Beck E \V. Mrs, res 512 Twentv-second 
Beck Frank, res 626 Third 



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Beck James, carpenter, res 573 Sixteenth 
Beck Louis I, res 1917 Myrtle 
Beck Melissa Mrs, res 1062 Twelfth ave 
Beck Josephine Mrs, res cor Eighth and Brush 
Beck Miles Mrs, res 573 Sixteenth 
Beck Robert Mrs, res cor Eighth and Brush 
Beck Sarah J Mrs, res 573 Sixteenth 
Beck Thomas, gardener, res 1137 Filbert 
Beck Walter F (D L Beck & Sons) S F, res 512 Twenty- 
second 
Beck Wm E, collector, S F, res 1917 Myrtle 
Becker Charles, expressman, 1210 Twenty-eighth, res same 
Becker Christopher, paper carrier, res 1002 Third 
BECKER FEED, butcher wholesale and retail, 829- 

S31 Broadway, res 667 Fifth 
Becker & Koehler (Peter Becker and Herman Koehler) 

saloon, 471 Seventh 
Becker Paul, student Hopkins Academy, res Berkeley 
Becker Peter, White House Saloon, Seventh, res 512 Fifth 
Beckert Gustav, propr Liberty Bakery, 857 Washington, res 

317 Seventh 
Beckerley Edward, butcher, S F, res 1621 Taylor 
Beckerton Charles A, stevedore, S F, res 1411 Tenth 
Beckley Wm H, traveling agt Minnesota Thresher Manu- 
facturing Co, res 1273 San Pablo ave 
Beckman Charles, laundrvman Contra Costa Laundry 
Beckwith Alice, compositor Pacific Press, res 914 Wood 
Beckwith L Frank, printer, S F, res 914 Wood 
Beckwith Mamie, bookbinder Pacific Press, res 914 Wood 
Bedbury Andrew, tinner M De La Montanya. res 609 

Fourth 
Bedbury George W, patent sidewalk layer, res 609 Fourth 
Bedell (leorge S, stevedore res 709 Brush 
Bedell Jonathan X, cook Brooklyn Restaurant, res Twenty- 
first ave and Easl Fourteenth 
Beebe C W (Trumbull & Beebe) S F. res .">7o Eighteenth 
Beebe Edwin L, cigar.-. [154 Franklin, res same 
Beebe Minnie Miss, rea 1121 Campbell 
Beebe Nelson II. Laborer s P Co, res 1 121 Campbell 
Beebe William B, res L709 Chase 

Beeby James, farmer, res w s Telegraph ave nr Forty-eighth 
BEEBY ROBERT J, harness, saddles, bridles, 
whips } horse clothing, etc, harness cleaned and re- 
paired, L058 Broadway, rea 624 Twelfth 
knian ( Sharles, res 825 Market 




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Beekman & Newman (Mrs P Beekrnan and Mrs I Newman) 

dressmakers, 825 Market 
Beekman Pauline Mrs (Beekman & Newman) res 825 Mar- 
ket 
Beel Martin S (Harris & Beel) res 1986 Webster 
Beensy J H, employe S P Co, res The Centennial 
Beer John M, cigar mfr, 703 Twenty-eighth, res same 
Beers Joseph M, foundryman, S F, res 636 Valdez 
Beggs Harry, salesman, S F, res 407 Sixth 
Beggs John, laborer, res 407 Sixth 
Behrens Henry C F, physician, 1380 Tenth, res same 
Behrens Walter N F, clerk, S F, res 979 Cypress 
Behrens Wilhelm, seaman, res 217 Second 
Behrmann C Mrs, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave 
Behrmann' Henry, butcher Henry Jund, res s s Forty-sixth 

nr Shattuck ave 
Behrmann John C, saloon, 367 Thirteenth, res same 
Behrmann John W, salesman, res Forty-sixth nr Shattuck 

ave 
Behrmann Wm, bottler, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave 
Beirs Charles, cabinet maker C Schreiber 
Belcher Clara E Miss, res 1143 Myrtle 
Belcher Fidelia M Miss, res 1143 Myrtle 
Belcher Fred P, drayman, S F, res 1143 Myrtle 
Belcher Gilbert L, salesman H P Gregory & Co, S F, res 1133 

Myrtle 
Belden Edwin S, court stenographer, S F, res 2520 Tele- 
graph ave 
Belden Ella D Mrs, widow, res 1326 Twelfth 
Belden Fannie L Miss, res 1326 Twelfth 
Belden Frank, letter carrier, res 1156 Broadway 
Belden Harry, cigar mfr, 506 Sixteenth, res same 
Belden Harry B, bookkeeper Scotchler & Gottshall res 1326 

Twelfth" 
Belden Henry K, mgr Hartford Fire Insurance Co, S F, res 

1167 Oak 
Belden M Mrs, dressmaker, 1169 Washington, res same 
Belfils Victor, teamster, res 2304 San Pablo ave 
Belknap Joseph, laborer, res Prescott House 
Bell A P (Hierlihy, Bell & Co) res 313 Seventh 
Bell Charles, gardener, res 1112 Thirtieth 
Bell Charles L, miner, res 1713 Lincoln 
Bell F A Mrs, The Centennial 
Bell Flora Miss, wood carver and china painter and teacher 

Field Seminary, res 763 Twelfth 
Bell Grant, clerk, S F, res 1231 Myrtle 



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Bell Harry, gardener, res s s Linden bet Broadway and 
Telegraph ave 

Bell Henry, res 1112 Thirtieth 

Bell Hugh J, carpenter, res 1014 Twenty-fourth 

Bell James, res Ross House 

Bell Joseph H, builder, res 763 Twelfth 

Bell Mary Mrs, res 1052 Twenty-fifth ave 

Bell Mary E Miss, res 1360 Webster 

Bell Robert E, druggist, 1301 Broadway and 1302 Telegraph 
ave, res same 

Bell Thomas, contractor and builder, res 767 Thirteenth 

Bell W G, tallyman, res 1311 San Pablo ave 

Bell Win, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res St John 

Bell William S, miner, res 1713 Lincoln 

Bell Win H, caulker, S F, res 1863 Seventh 

Bell William T, phvsician, S F, res 1360 Webster 

Bell William T Jr, res 1360 Webster 

Bella rs Wm T, carpet cleaning, res 922 Center 

Bellermann Emil, asst cashier Pacific Bank, S F, res n s 
Summer nr Adeline 

Bellershein Geo J, special insurance agt iEtna Co, res 873 
Filbert 

Belle vue Nursery, Albert Vinther propr, Piedmont ave nr 
Booth 

Bellew Delcar, plumber, res 1912 Myrtle 

Bellier Edouard, plumber, res Capital House 

Belli n gall Catherine Mrs, res 227 Tenth 

Bellingall Cora V Miss, student, res 1415 Filbert 

Bellingall Peter W, customs broker, S F, res 1415 Filbert 

Bellingall Ralph, clerk, S F, res 1415 Filbert 

Bellman John, bricklayer, res Weber Hotel 

Bclloir Peter, conductor S P Co, res 1222 Chestnut 

Belmont Stables, 806 Broadway 

Belott C T, painter Farwell & Russell 

Belouze Win, capitalist, res 1773 Seventh 

Below Wilhelm, upholsterer, res San Pablo ave nr Klinkner 
ave. ( Jnlden ( fate 

Belrose Eugene, floorman Dashaway Stables, rea 370 Elev- 
enth 

Belrose Louis, conductor O C Co, res 2310 San Pablo ave 

Briton Owen, re- 908 East Sixteenth 

Bemis Orlando, butcher, 479 East Twelfth, res East Oak- 
land Hotel 

Bendal Charles, monlder, res 206 Hannah 

Bendel Hermann (Tillmann A- Bendel) S F, res NE cor 

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K | Benedict Emanuel, barher James Washington, res 848 Thir- J 
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|f Benedict Emily C Miss, dressmaker, 261 Twelfth, res same ^. 
X | BENEDICT NEWTON, (Benedict, Capell & Co) ^ JE 

• -* notary public, res 1607 Ninth ave 

5 ?J Benfra William, carpenter, res Geischen House 
•* Bengton John, teamster Wm T Sagehorn, res 603 Sixth 
**-*^> Benham A M (Benham & Thomas) res 554 Thirteenth 
- " Benham A Morse, pianos, S F, res 554 Thirteenth 

BENHAM & THOMAS (A M Benham and W K ' O 
Thomas) real estate, insurance and investors, 471 ^\ 
Ninth y 

Benham T W , lieut U S Revenue Service, res 1067 Brush -^^~ 
Benjamin Clayton J, res 1067 Sixteenth j hh 

Benjamin C J Mrs, music teacher, 1067 Sixteenth q 

Benjamin Ed H, clerk City Supt of Streets, res 722 Tenth 
Benjamin O A Mrs, res 869 East Fifteenth 
Benjamin Philip L, atty-at-law, S F, res 2223 Elm 
Beiike A W, carriage painter, res 410 Tenth 
Benner Edwin, pattern maker, res 777 Sixteenth 
Benner Ehvin, constructing engineer, res Columbus ave cor 
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Benner Harry, insurance clerk, res 777 Sixteenth M ^ 

Bennet Cordelia Miss, res 922 Tenth ^ y 

Bennet Eleanor Miss, res 922 Tenth Q 

Bennet Frances H Mrs, res 174 Sixth £ <j 

Bennet Thomas, mgr Accident Department Pacific Mutual £ S 

Insurance Co, S F, res 922 Tenth *■ ^ 

Bennett Alfred A, carpenter, res 861 Twenty-seventh P 

Bennett Alfred E, foreman San Francisco Planing Mills, ^ PJ 

S F, res 540 Twenty-second 
Bennett Bernard, fruit peddler, res 653 Jackson 
Bennett Charles, fruit pedler, res 653 Jackson 
Bennett Charles R, sec Society S V, S F, res 1211 W T est 
Bennett Charles S (Bennett, Knowlton & Co) res 463 Third 
Bennett E'A Mrs, res 2225 Chestnut $ 

Bennett Edward M, railway conductor, res 2067 San Pablo 

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Bennett E M Mrs, res 2067 San Pablo ave 
Bennett Emma J Miss, res 721 Sixth 
Bennett Harry, res 973 Fifth ave 
Bennett Henry F, carpenter, res 215 Fifth 
Bennett I Newton, farmer, res 972 East Seventeenth 
Bennett Robert H, res cor Adeline and E Fourteenth 
Bennett Robert H Jr, clerk, res Adeline nr East Fourteenth 
Bennett Herbert W, professor music, res 1212 Webster 
Bennett Herbert R, student Sackett School, res 563 Fif- 
teenth 
Bennett Irwin, clerk Central Supply Co, res 1212 Webster 
Bennett Jennie Miss, res 2067 San Pablo ave 

BENNETT, KNOWLTON & CO (C B Bennett, 

George K Knowlton and Win Gav) proprietors Novelty 
Wood Works, 463 Third 
Bennett L J (Bennett & Son) res 1310 San Pablo ave 
Bennett Maggie Miss, employe Cotton Mills, E 0, res 823 

Filbert 
Bennett Maggie A Miss, res 721 Sixth 
Bennett Orvill D, machine hand Eagle Planing Mill, res s s 

Sixth bet Brush and Castro 
Bennett & Son (V E and L J Bennett) groceries, fruits and 

produce, 1308 San Pablo ave 
Bennett Theodore A, driver W A Rouse & Co, res 222" 

Chestnut 
Bennett Thomas, Pacific Mutual Life and Accident In- 
surance, S F, res 922 Tenth 
Bennett V E (Bennett & Son) res 1310 San Pablo ave 
Bennett Win D, fireman Electric Light, Oakland Pier, res 

360 Tenth 
Bennett W'm R, clerk, res 721 Sixth 

Bennison Andrew B, traveling agt, S F, res 7.78 Nineteenth 
BeunisoD Edward, res 1302 Tenth 
Bennison George E, mining, res L302 Tenth 
Bennison .lame-, employe Win II Weilbye, res Lusk off 

Fori ieth 
Benoil Pierre, rea 567 Second 
Benson A lanson, rea 1 1 ic> Filbert 
Benson Carrie L Miss, rea 956 Twelfth 
Benson George M. rea 956 Twelfth 
Benson 1 Eenry A. rea 956 Twelfth 
Benson Julia 8 Miss, rea 2154 Chestnut 
Benson Nellie M Miss, rea 1116 Filberl 
BENSON PATRICK F, attorney-at-law 456 
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Benson S J, cloaks and suits 1115 Broadway, res 1569 

Twenty-first ave 
Benter Amelia Mrs, res 229 Hannah 
Benter Henry, fringe maker, res 229 Hannah 
Benter John 0, fringe maker, res 229 Hannah 
Bentlev David H, supt Honduras Mining Co, res 1365Tenth 
Bentley Frank S, clerk, S F, res 258 Eighth 
Bentlev Lettie E Miss, teacher Franklin School, res 580 

Twentieth 
Bentley M A Mrs, colorist E D Ormsbv, res 1162 Market 
Bentley Mary C Miss, res 1162 Market 

Bentley Mary W Mrs, musi< teacher, 258 Eighth, res same 
Bentley R Rev, presiding elder M E Church, res 1014 

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Bentley William G, clerk, res 1162 Market 
Bentley W R, capitalist, res Market St House 
Bento Antone, laborer S P Co 
Benton Joseph A Rev, professor Theological Seminary, res 

437 Hawthorne 
Benton Joseph A Tr, student State University, res 573 

Thirty-fifth 
Benton Robert G, farmer, res 573 Thirty-fifth 
Bentz Henry C, clerk F Senram & Co, res 317 Eleventh 
Benzon August F, commission merchant, S F, res 1036 

Chester 
Berar Achille, Oakland French Laundry, res 960 Twenty- 
ninth 
Bercovich Abraham (Bercovich Bros) res 320 Fourth 
Bercovich Augusta, res 320 Fourth 
Bercovich Brothers (Louis and Abraham) NE cor Fourth 

and Webster 
Bercovich Burt, clerk H M Coffee, res 324 Fourth 
Bercovich Henry, cigar maker, res 320 Fourth 
Bercovich Louis (Bercovich Bros) res 322 Fourth 
Bercovich Samuel, coremaker City Brass Works, res 320 

Fourth 
Berdan George N, carpenter, S F, res 961 Chester 
Berdan Minnie Mus, res 961 Chester 
Beretta Csesar L, stenographer, S F, res 957 Fourth ave 
Beretta Celestine Miss, res 957 Fourth ave 
Beretta Italo, optician, res 957 Fourth ave 
Beretta Wm, bookkeeper, S F, res 957 Fourth ave 
Berg Charles, laborer, res 983 Center 
Berge F J, stock broker, res 1120 Washington 
Berg H T, mariner, res 1571 Fifth 



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Berg Maurice A, artists' materials, pictures, frames, ifcc, 1105 

Washington, res Alameda 
Bergen Peter J, machinist, 660 Washington 
Berger Carl F, student, res 1037 Linden 
Berber Ella Miss, music teacher, res 14.~>4 Tenth ave 
Berger Fred, machinist R R shops, res 515 Broderick, S F 
Berger John W, auditor Oakland Bank of Savings, res 1454 

Tenth ave 
Berger Lillian Miss, teacher, res 1454 Tenth ave 
Berger Nicholas, laborer S P Co, res 1373 Eighteenth 
Berges Baptiste, laundryman French Laundry, res 1515 San 

Pablo ave 
Berghoff Peter, coachman Francis M Smith, res cor Eighth 

ave andl£ast Twenty-fourth 
Bergman Minnie, domestic, 941 Adeline 
Bergner Charles F, res 34 Hannah 
Bergtholdt Christian, res 866 Castro 
Beringer Minnie Miss, res 105o Washington 
Berit Jules, fish peddler, res 416 Second 
Berit Peter, fish and poultrv dealer, 421 Second 

BERKELEY CITY DIRECTORY, F M Hus- 

ted publisher, 604 Merchant St, S F, and Hardy's Book- 
Store, 961 Broadway, Oakland 

Berkeley Samuel, pile driver, res Railroad Exchange 
j Berkmeyer Anton, sausage maker, res 907 East Twelfth 

Be r km an G, carpenter, res 1769 Goss (up stairs) 

Berlin Charles, farmer, res Fruit Vale 

Berlin C II. real estate, 408 Ninth 

Berling John, engineer, res 1111 Sixteenth ave 

Berminghain Mollie, domestic, 1335 Myrtle 

Bernal Charles, mattress maker E Hook, res end of Mitchell 

Bernal Eugene, plaster grader Kelletl & McMurray, res 
Fruit Vale 

Bernal Louis, res end of Mitchell 

Bernal Maria Mrs, res end of Mitchell 

Bernaldo Joseph, laborer California Pottery and Teria Cotta 
Co 

Bernamayon Josie Miss, fruit store, 1147-j E Fourteentl 
res 2037 E Fourteenth 

Bernamayon Madeline Mrs, rea 2037 E Fourteenth 

Bernard John (Cruz & Bernard) res 221 Helen 

Bernard Joseph (Garcia & Bernard) res 916 E sixteenth 

Bernard Joseph, Lahorer, res 1710 Pacific 

Bernard Otto Albert, I' 8 Commissioner, res L410 Tenth 

Bernardo Joseph F, saloon, 751 Willow, res 1 7 7 ii Atlantic 



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Bernett Gretchen Miss, res 607 Sixth 

Bernett Herman, compositor, res 607 Sixth 

Bernett P Mrs, res 607 Sixth 

Bernett Richard, pressman Oakland Journal, res 607 Sixth 

Bernhardt Charles, res 312 Sixth 

Bernheim Emanuel, res 114 Eleventh 

Bernheim Maurice H, boots and shoes, S F, res 114 Elev- 
enth 

Bernheim Willie A, traveling agt, res 114 Eleventh 

Berninger Gussie Miss, res 313 Tenth 

Bernstein Edward, notary public, 468 Ninth, res 1018 Jef- 
ferson 

Bernstein Fred E (Bernstein & Von Adelung) res 1018 Jef- 
ferson 

Bernstein Flora Miss, res 1018 Jefferson 

Bernstein Ida E Miss, saleslady Bernstein & Von Adelung 

Bernstein Isaac, salesman J Letter, res 612 Fourth 

Bernstein & Von Adelung (Fred E Bernstein and Alexis 
Von Adelung) dry goods, 1057 Broadway 

Berrey David, harness and saddlery, 423 Eighth, res 828 
Webster 

Berrien Richard C, painter, res 823 Kirkham 

Berry Anna Miss, milliner, res 995 Center 

Berry Arthur W, student, res 916 Filbert 

Berry Charles, laborer, res 905 E Fifteenth 

Berry Charles O, millwright Eagle Box Co, res 1727 William 

Berry Eva A Miss, res 469 E Eleventh 

Berry Frederick T, insurance agt, S F, res 997 Center 

Berry George, res 995 Center 

Berry James C, bar tender Newland House, res same 

Berry John, res 873 Peralta 

Berry John, carpenter William Berry, 1608 William 

Berry John, tailor, res 1727 William 

Berry Lizzie Miss, res 995 Center 

Berry Lucy, dressmaker, res 828 Webster 

Berry Mabel Miss, res 916 Filbert 

Berry Mary Miss, operator Sunset Telephone and Telegraph 
Co, res 995 Center 

Berry Mary J Mrs, widow, res 995 Center 

Berry May Miss, forelady ironing room Contra Costa 
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Berry Nathaniel W, res 916 Filbert 

Berry N G Mrs, res Newland House 

Berry Richard, saloon keeper, res 1523 Fifth 



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Berry Thomas F, driver Hook and Ladder No 1, res 470 
Sixth 

Berry William, carpenter, 1786 Division, res same • 

Berry Win, mining, res 469 E Eleventh 

Berry William R, bookkeeper, S F, res 995 Center 

Berry Zora B Miss, res 469 E Eleventh 

Berwick Alexander, iron moulder, res 149 Ninth 

Berwick Chas C, plumber, res 1409 Ninth 

.Berwick David, res 1409 Ninth 

Berwick David Jr, plumber, res 1409 Ninth 

Berwick Edith Miss, res 1409 Ninth 

Berwick Edward, machinist, res 1409 Ninth 

Berwick Fred C, pattern maker, res 1409 Ninth 

Besancon Eugene, boots and shoes, 1260 San Pablo ave, res 
same 

Besse Joseph O, salesman, S F, res 1157 Peralta 

Besser Saven, blacksmith, res 1569 Fifth 

Betancue A M Miss, res 487 Twenty-sixth 

Betancue Joseph, life insurance agt, res 475 Ninth 

Betancue Joseph F, contractor, 509 Eleventh, res 487 Twen- 
ty-sixth 

Betancue Lizzie C Miss, teacher Durant School, res 487 
Twenty-sixth 

Betkin Henry M, cashier, S F, res 914 Chester 

Betmon John, laborer Boyle, La Coste & Co, res nr Stock 
Yard Station 

Betten Henry, butcher, res 575 Third 

Bettencourt Antone de S, res 1462 Fifth 

Bcttencourt J de S, physician, res 1462 Fifth 

Px'ttes Adoniram, carpenter, res 863 Alice 

Bettman J J, capitalist, res Galindo Hotel 

Betts Albert G, student Sackett School, res 1124 Myrtle 

Betta Lizzie Miss, teacher kindergarten, res 1124 Myrtle 

Betta Mary, widow, res 694 Twenty-seventh 

Betts Win N, carriage spring mfr, S F, res 1124 Myrtle 

Betz Geo, res 629 Brush 

Betz Henry, teamster, res 661 Third 

Betz Philip, res 852 Franklin 

Bevan William II, carpenter, res Rockridge Park 

Beyer Win E, pea L218 Fourteenth 

Beynon Benjamin P, engineer Judson Manufacturing Co, 
rea Forty-tjiird cor Balem 

Beynon John, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, rea Forty- 
third cor Salem 

Beynon Martha •! Mi — , rea Forty-third cor Balem 

Beynon Mary .1 Mrs, rea Forty-third cor Salem 

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Beynon William, saloon, Park ave nr Halleck, Emeryville, 
res same 

Beyer Wm C, saloon, S F, res 1218 Fourteenth 

Bialoglowski J, junk, 414 Sixth, res same 

Bibber Thomas, driver Louis Shaffer, res 555 Sixth 

Bibby Richard, builder, res 1263 E Eleventh 

Bibins AC Miss, res 1705 Eighth 

Bible Students' Library, published weekly by Pacific Press 
Publishing Co, cor Twelfth and Castro 

Bice John, engineer S P Co, res 726 Chester 

Bickel H T, vice-pres Washington College, Irvington, res 
419 Delger 

Bickerton A Miss, res 626 Seventeenth 

Bickerton J R, res 626 Seventeenth 

Bicycle Repairing Shop, MONIAK PAUL LEON- 
ARD, 1414 San Pablo ave 

Bidache & Junqua (P Bidache and U Junqua) proprs Oak- 
land French Bakery, 820 Franklin 

Bidache P (Bidache & Junqua) res 820 Franklin 

Biddle Walter S, clerk C B Seymour, res Grand Central 
House 

Bidleman Enoch G, wholesale liquors, S F, res 117 Thir- 
teenth 

Bidwell J P Mrs, res 1359 Brush 

Bidenbach C L, principal Peralta District Public School, res 
Humboldt ave nr D wight Way 

Bielawski Susan Mrs, dressmaker, 1503 Seventh, res same 

Bielawski Wm, cigar dealer, S F, res 1503 Seventh 

Bieler Frank, wines and liquors, 809 E Fourteenth, res 
same 

Bierce A D Mrs, res' 549 Twenty-second 

Bierce A S, employe U S Mint, S F, res 1013 Fourteenth 

Bierce F L Mrs, res 549 Twenty-second 

Biers Charles H, cabinet maker, res 961 Twenty-sixth 

Biers Bella Miss, res 961 Twenty-sixth 

Biers Bella, domestic 1412 Castro 

Bigelow C A Mrs, the Bigelow Shirt to order, 1486 San 

Pablo ave, res 1490 San Pablo ave 
Bigelow C E, res Tubbs Hotel 

Bigelow Elijah, real estate and insurance, 458 Ninth, res 

762 Thirteenth 
Bigelow H Allen, res 910 Willow 
Bigelow G L, commercial traveler, res 829 Willow 
Bigelow H L Mrs, hot air baths, res 1304 Eighth 
Bigelow L E Miss, res 1157 Jefferson 
Bigelow Miss, res Nucleus House 




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Bigelow E, picture frames and mouldings, 1486 San Pablo 
ave, res 1490 San Pablo ave 

Bigelow Walter S, res 722 Sycamore 

Biggins Win M, contractor, res 1413 West 

Biggs Theodore P, banjo mfr, 369 Thirteenth 

BIG GUN SALOON, Stewart & Comstock proprie- 
tors, cor Seventh and Cedar 

Bignama Frank, carpenter Wm H Weilbye, res 566 Twenty- 
second 

Bignami C Mrs, res 566 Charter 

Bignami Dominick, architect, S F, res 560 Charter 

Bilger F W, collector The Oakland Paving Co, res 353 East 
Fifteenth 

BILLESBACK GEORGE, saloon, 477 Eighth, 
res same 

Billings Charles E, painter and paper hanger, res 1S27 Sev- 
enth 

Billings Martha S Mrs, widow, res Vernon Heights 

Billington Clara W, milliner F M Reed & Co, res 1014 Ches- 
ter 

Billington Isaac F, clerk, S F, res 1014 Chester 

Billis James, res Forty-fifth nr Adeline 

Bills John H, collector Amador Marble Co, res 1420+ San 
Pablo ave 

Bills Minnie Miss, res 1420+ San Pablo ave 

Bills Rel-ecca A Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 1060 Sev- 
enth ave 

Biltz Frederick R, agl Wheeler & Wilson Mfg Co, res 
270 Seventh 

Binder Geo J, theological student, res I s 1 Plymouth ave 

Bingham Adelaide Mrs. res 504 Fifteenth 

Bingham Evangeline E Miss, physician, "> (| i Fifteenth, res 
same 

Bingham -I 1>. employe Burnham-Standeford Co 

I>i • i Sarango, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Bionepini Ottavio, blacksmith, res St Louis Hous 

Bird A S Miss, res 605 Tenth 

Bird Frank, employe S P Co, rea L 159 Seventh 

Bird Mary Miss, rea 225 Ettie 

Bird Mary A Mrs, rea H6 E Twenty-third 

Bird Mrs, rea 1 159 Seventh 

Bird Peter, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, rea Com- 
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Bird William, barber, rea s,|s Jefferson 

Bird William A, carpenter, rea L075 Twenty-second ave 

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Births August, laborer, res Overland House 
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< | Bisbey Frank, hopperman Oregon Improvement Co, res 620 cc py 

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^ 5J little girls N W cor Seventh ave and E Sixteenth, £• 

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Bischoff Michael, employe Pacific Iron and Xail Co, 1005 i k* 

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Qh BISHOP A W, attorney-at-law and secretary Mutual (&4 

^£ Endowment Association of Oakland, 906 Broadway F g 

L^ rooms 12 and 13, res 1165 Jackson p HH 

£*T J Bishop Chauncev G, Deputv County Assessor, res 813 Twen- bd 2 

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Bishop Edgar, agt Oakland Art Pottery and Terra Cotta ~ ^ 

^"* Works, office 1355 Broadway, res 1165 West * 5 

^J ' Bishop Emma Miss, res 415 Tenth q 

ly> Bishop Ellen, domestic James A Johnson, 1369 Thirteenth g hh 

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W Bishop Frank, clerk E G Buswell & Co, res 415 Fourth f - Pi 

(ij Bishop George D, carpenter S P Co, res 951 Wood s CC 

J^ Bishop Homer, res V62 Chestnut « 

^^ Bishop Howard, paper hanger E G Buswell & Co, res 415 S* 

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[ij Bishop Ira, mgr S F Tool Co, res 1545 Webster (• 

Bishop J, carpenter R R shops, res 1611 Twelfth • 

Bishop John, carpenter, res 602 Sixteenth gj 

Bishop Lester, carpenter, res 813 Twentieth • 

Bishop Lucius D, carpenter Eagle Planing Mills, res 869 |^ 

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Bishop Mis, res Home for Aged Women H 

Bishop Nellie, domestic, 367 E Fourteenth ^H 

Bishop Peter A, clerk John Hanly, res 1709 Seventh CL^ 

Bishop Robert, teamster E G Buswell & Co, res 415 Fourth f*J 
Bissell Wm C, clerk S F, res 511 Seventeenth 
q" Bitterly Justine, cook Elite Restaurant, res 233 Second 
Q3 Bitterly Mamie Miss, res cor Second and Alice 

Bittermann Charles, Brooklvn Meat Market. 765 E Twelfth, ^ 

res 612 E Fifteenth ^ 2 
Bitters H, carpenter, res Prescott House 
Bittner Amelia Miss, res 1017 E Fifteenth 

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Biven Amelia Miss, res 1422 Twelfth • 

Biven Frederick, compositor Bulletin, S F, res 1422 Twelfth ?LpS 

£ Q Bivina Abbie C Miss, res 1705 Eighth Sj 

I J Bixbv F A Miss, res 1311 Sixteenth ave B 

CQ J Bixby Levi R, res 1462 Brush [S 

. ^ Bixby Levi S, Deputy County Assessor, res 1470 Brush §g! 

-^ ^ Bizlov Susan, domestic, 904 Filbert pj 

i— O Bjorqvist Andrew, laborer, res Overland House P==a 

Blachowski Thomas, carpenter, res 1216 Magnolia ^^m 

ft Black Albert, Co-operative Ice Co, 1318 Eighth <s= * a 

^ Black Albert L, student, res 1281 Eighth f^ 

(A Black Alex W, salesman Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing _^ 

j Co, res 1311 Telegraph ave |S» 

fa Black Charles A, bricklayer, res 837 Twenty-ninth 
3 Black Clara K Mrs, res Lynde bet Peralta and Fruit Vale 
CL aves 

Black D, operator S P Co, res 931 Pine 

mJ} Black Fred F, expressman, res 1672 Atlantic 2^» 

Black George, groceries, wines and liquors, 1700 Seventh, , _ J 

5n3 res 863 Willow ^ 

IjM Black Georgie Miss/bookkeeper George Black, res 863 Wil- 8* 

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BJ and Lubricating Oils SE cor Ninth and Webster, res n=-j 

1381 Eighth ^J 

Black Henry, res 668 Fourteenth 
|"^ Black II C, driver SE cor Webster and Ninth, res 619 Nine 
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Blackburn Charles, woodworker Hugh Frazer, res 719 r* 

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Blackburn Grace Miss, res Green nr Hallett ave, Stock 

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Blackburn Joel L, cattle dealer, rea Green nr Hallett ave, jjj 

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Blacketl Mary M Mrs, rea 931 Magnolia H 

Blackford Wm M, studenl John Yule, rea I860 Brush fl 

Blackie Walter, rea L330 Filbert DO 

Blackman Wm II, painter W W Tucker, 51 I Fifteenth 
Blackwell M D, clerk JAS A JOYCE, rea The Ailing 

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Blackwood Elia Miss, teacher, res 1210 Fourteenth 
Blackwood James, plumber Alex H McKown 
Blackwood Rebecca Miss, student, res 1210 Fourteenth 
Blackwood Richard H, Janitor High School, res 1210 

Fourteenth 
Blackwood Robert, student, res 1210 Fourteenth 
Blaess M & Co, (John Winter and M Blaess) restaurant, 

1804 Seventh 
Blaikie George, student, res 1720 Chase 
Blaikie George W, ship joiner, res 1720 Chase 
Blaikie R T, carpenter Eagle Planing Mill, res G14 Four- 
teenth 
Blaikie Sadie T Miss, dressmaker, res 1720 Chase 
Blaine Caroline M Mrs, res 1263 Webster 
Blaine J D Rev, res 1263 Webster 

Blair George M, stair builder, 511 Second, res 1016 Clay 
BLAIR P A MRS, proprietor The Centennial^ 524 

Fourteenth, res same 
Blair Penelope Mrs, widow, florist Piedmont ave nr Moun- 
tain View Cemetery, res same 
Blair Wm, rancher Piedmont, res Blair ranch 
Blair's Piedmont Nursery, Mrs W M Blair propr, Piedmont 
Blair's Ranch, estate of Walter Blair propr, Piedmont 
Blais Henry, stableman V L Fortin, res 764 Fourth 
Blais Honore, hostler V L Fortin, res 720 Fourth 
Blake A G, civil engineer S P Co, res 567 Fifth 
Blake A L Mrs, widow, res 567 Fifth 
Blake Alfred E, painter, S F, res 567 Fifth 
Blake Alice Miss, res 1865 Telegraph ave 
BLAKE CHAS T, secretary The -Oakland 

Co, res- Berkeley 
Blake Edith R Miss, music teacher, res 567 Fifth 
Blake Ella Miss, student, S F, res 567 Fifth 
Blake George, sawyer Eagle Box & Manufacturing Co 
Blake Harriet A Mrs, res 1665 Grove 
Blake Helen M, res 690 Twenty-fifth 
Blake Henry L, painter, 567 Fifth 
BLAKE HOUSE, Mrs M K Blake proprietor, XE 

cor Eleventh and Clay 
Blake Lincoln, res 567 Fifth 
Blake Mary E Mrs, res 1865 Telegraph ave 
Blake May Miss, student, res Peralta ave 
Blake Mary B Miss, res Blake House 

BLAKE M K MRS. proprietor Blake House, res 
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Blake Phil, carpenter Jones & Co 
Blake Philip H, real estate, S F, res Peralta ave 
Blake Philip H Jr, student, res Peralta ave 
Blake R Mrs, dressmaker, 315 Seventh, res same 
Blake Rose, domestic 976 Cypress 
Blake Wm, painter W W Tucker, res n s Linden bet Cherry 

and Liberty 
Blake Win, gardener Mrs E J Storr, 980 Fifth ave 
Blakeley Theron M, job printer Pacific Press, res 1457 West 
Blakeley Theron M Jr, job printer Pacific Press, res 829 

Fourteenth 
Blaker James, first officer ferry steamer Oakland, res 659 

Jackson 
Blakeslie Ella Miss, teacher wood carving, res 635 Four- 
teenth 
Blakeway John H, meter maker Oakland Gas Light and 

Heat Co, res 527 Seventh 
BlakeyE J, carpenter, res 915 E Fifteenth 
Blakey Richard, carpenter, res 913 E Fifteenth 
Blakney George W, carpenter R R shops, res 1557 Seventh 
Blanc Amedee, clerk, S F, res 1120 Peralta 
Blanch ard Addison L, carpenter, res 1625 Seventh ave 
BLANCHARD A F, proprietor Oakland Trunk 

Factory, 403 Twelfth, res 571 Thirty-sixth 
Blanchard J M, engineer S P Co, res 1715 Lincoln 
Blanchard L, locksmith Oakland Trunk Factory, res Ala- 
meda 
Blaner John, rea 460 Fifth 

Blankenship George, compositor, rea Nucleus House 
Blankman II G, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult 

Blind, rea same 
Blasdel Enoch W, capitalist, res 1164 Alice 
Blasdel II (J. S 1\ rea cor Twenty-third ave and El Twenty- 
fifth 

-in- Charles \\ carpenter Burnham-Standeford Co, res 
L731 Myrtle 
Blessing Lucy Miss, domestic, res L387 Alice 
Bletheu Albion k P, door maker California Door Co, res 

475 Twenty-fourth 
Blether Alice A Miss, Btudent, rea "><'> s E Fourteenth 
Blethen Arabine Miss, rea 175 Twenty-fourth 
Blether] C C, machinist, rea Overland Bouse 
Blethen C B, engineer Easl Oakland Planing Mill, res East 
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Blethen Frank M, sawyer Eagle Planing Mill, res 7:J7 Fil- 
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Blethen George W, student, res 568 E Fourteenth 
Blethen James E, carpenter, res 568 E Fourteenth 
Blethen Lizzie A Miss, res 475 Twenty-fourth 
Blethen Sarah E Miss, res 568 East Fourteenth 
Bleuel Caeius T, salesman Hickok & Son, res cor Seventh 

nd Harrison 
Bleuel Morris J, salesman Bay City Mills, res 854 Harrison 
Bleydorn J, fine candies, 1754 Sev'enth, res Twenty-third 

ave, East Oakland 
Bliss Benjamin B, clerk, res 576 Third 
Bliss Ezra S, news dealer, 466 Seventh, res 576 Third 
Bliss James, res 1609 West 
Bliss J A (J R Mott & Co) res 1365 Broadway 
Bliss Mary M Mrs, res 870 Twentieth 
Bliss Sadie Miss, dressmaker, res 1609 West 
Bliss Theodore H, gateman Narrow Gauge, res 1609 

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Blitzen Chas O, res 603 Broadway 

Block Israel, cigar dealer, S F, res 1479 San Pablo ave 
Block Joseph, commission agt, S F, res 814 Sixteenth 
Blodgett Clara A Mrs, teacher Temescal School, res 2920 

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Blodgett Ellis G, shoemaker, S F, res 1417 Thirteenth 
Blois Johnson, carpenter, res 1756 Taylor 
Blomquist Olof, watchmaker, res 1664 Nineteenth ave 
Blood Warren H, physician and surgeon, 855 Center, res 

same 
BLOOD WM F, secretary Oakland Home Insurance 

Co, 953 Washington, res cor E Twenty-ninth and 

Fourteenth ave 
Bloom Andre J, clerk George Bloom, res 953 Franklin 
Bloom Douglas, engineer S P Co, res 1169 Seventh 
Bloom E W, fireman S P Co, res R R Exchange 
Bloom Farley V, clerk George Bloom, res 953 Franklin 
Bloom George, groceries and saloon, 951 Franklin, res 953 

Franklin 
Bloom George W (Bloom & Hall) res 1246 San Pablo ave 
Bloom & Hall (George W Bloom and Leon E Hall) guns, 

rifles, pistols, etc, 1246 San Pablo ave 
Bloom Harry, wiper R R Co, res Temescal 
Bloom Jacob, tailor, res 953 Franklin 
Bloomer John, gardener, res 1054 Broadway 



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Pablo ave, res same 

Blote Martin C, bookkeeper C C Water Co, res 122S Frank- 
lin 

Blote Wm E, collector Contra Costa Water Co, res 1165 Jef- 
ferson 

Blouin Damase, driver Livery Stable, res Eureka Hotel 

Blow Alfred H, student, res 305 Fifth 

Blow Sarah M Miss, res The Arlington 
lZ O Blow Susan M Mrs, res The Arlington 

Blow W \V, real estate and insurance, 454 Ninth, res 303 
Fifth 

Blowskie T, carpenter R R shops, res 2216 Magnolia 

BLUETT W H, M D, specialist in chronic dis- 
eases, 1069 Broadway cor Twelfth, res 1120 Washing- 
ton, cor Thirteenth, office hours 9 to 12 am, 1:30 to 
4:30 p m, 7 to 9 p m 

Blum Harry, wiper Oakland R R Co, res s s Columbus ave 
bet Maple and Telegraph ave 
4^1 Blumberg Louis E, clerk, res 717 Tenth 
Qjj Blumberg Robert L, ship carpenter, res 1412 Brush 

HBluning Annie Mrs, res 1400 Eleventh 
Bluel Caspar, miller B E Hickok & Son 
Blvthe Florence Miss, res 456 E Seventeenth 

rM BOARD OF POLICE AND FIRE COM- 

P4 MISSIONERS, E W Playter president. C L 

WDam secretary, City Hall 
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, J West Mar- 
Jjj tin president, C L Dam secretary, City Hall 

B BOARD OF TRADE F OAKLAND 
*+ CITY AND ALAMEDA COUNTY, 

&A Frank J Moffitt president, ('has M Plumb secretary. 

^| rooms 461 Tenth 

kJj BOAEDMAN CHAS T, county clerk, Hall of 
3C Records, res Galindo Hotel 

HBoardman C T Mrs, elocutionist, 1156 Broadway, res same 
Boardman Edgar, res 940 Poplar 
\ Boardman Frank F, res 456 Eighth 
Boardman G 8 Mrs, res Galindo Hotel 

HBoardman Joseph, real estate, res 725 Eighth 
Boardman L Edgar, bookkeeper Union Savings Bank, res 
940 Poplar ' 

Boardman Mary V Mrs, res 1769 Seward 
P"HI r.oardiiuin YV V Mrs, n-s \M\ Eighth 

^ BOARDMAN WM F, civil engineer, 4£6 Eighth, 
1^1 nmiiis I and .">, res 1:115 Grove 

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Boatman J C, collector, res 566 E Eleventh 

Bobbet James, plumber Bonham & Holmes, res 960 Wash- 




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Bobbett Adolph, employe California Door Co, res 

Twenty-second 
Bocassi Peter, laborer, res 1405 Thirteenth 
Boccard Albert, cabinet maker, res 464 A 
: Boccard E Mrs, dressmaker, 464 A 
Boccard Frank, cabinet maker, res 464 A 
Bock Carrie Mrs, janitor Harrison School, res 816 Sixth 
Bock Charles, wheelwright Sohst Bros, res 316 Sixth 
Bock G, machinist Burnham-Standeford Co, res 657 Alice 
Bock Henry 0, car repairer, S F, res 1237 Peralta 
Bockelmann Harry, saloon, Adeline cor Felton, Lorin, res 

same 
Bockius Frances Mrs, widow, res 1020 Chestnut 
Bocqueraz P, capitalist, res 829 Clay 
Bode Henry C W, carpenter, res 1455 Fifth 
Bode Julius G, machinist Oakland Iron Works, res 317 

Eleventh 
Bodell James, mill hand, res 616 Third 
Bodell John, city employe, res 616 Third 
Boden Bertha, domestic, 1353 Twelfth 
, Bodle F S, physician and druggist, 1673 San Pablo ave, res 

1671 San Pablo ave 
Bodwell Martha J Mrs, widow, res Shell Mound Station 
Bodwell Samuel L, student, res Shell Mound Station 
Boek Annie M Miss, res 768 Fifteenth 
1 Boek Emma Miss, res 768 Fifteenth 
Boek Herman A, bottling works, res 76S Fifteenth 
Boek Lizzie Mrs, res 657 Alice 
Boek Louisa A Miss, res 768 Fifteenth 
Boell Edward A, supt California Door Co, res 1008 Pine 
Boell Frederick W, res 1008 Pine 
Bogart G, printer 

Bogart Sarah E Mrs, res 826 Jefferson 
Bogner August, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Bohan John, blacksmith, res 2664 Telegraph ave 
Bohen Jerry, laborer, res Oakland House 
Bohen John, laborer, res Winthrop House 
Bohm Louis, employe Bay City Mills, res Clinton House 
I Bohme Bernhard, clerk Klages, 602 Franklin, res 372 First 
Bohn David, boiler maker Clarke & \Vooley, res XE cor 

Second and Alice 
Bohrer John F, soap mfr Hallett ave, Stock Yards, res same 




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S F, res 755 Jackson 
Boice Gertie Miss, res 755 Jackson 
Boisse Henry, blacksmith and horse shoer Oakland R R Co, 

res 141 1 Eleventh 
Boisvert Joseph U, laborer Golden Rule Flour Mills, res 

366 Third 
Boitano Luigi, bootblack, res Xewland House 
Boland Annie Miss, cook J M Burlington, 963 Oak 
Boland Mary Mrs, widow, res 814 Thirtieth 
Boland Maurice, gardener, 1326 Fourth ave 
Boice Edmund J, butcher Larenz Bros, res 2230 Andover 
Boice Harrold, reporter Enquirer, res 1115 Broadway 
Boice Wm J, capitalist, res 2230 Andover 
Bole Wm, stableman Snell Seminary, res 568 Twelfth 
Bolin Bertha Miss, domestic, res 1007 Oak 
Bolles S M Mrs, res 2235 Elm 

Bollinger John J, carpet layer, res A bet Peralta and Louisa 
Bollman Calvin P, editor with Pacific Press Publishing Co, 

- res 1109 E Seventeenth 
Bollman S P, elevator man Pacific press, res 1109 East Sev- 
enteenth 
Bolser George A, wagon maker, 1920 San Pablo ave 
Bolser George \V, sign writer, res 1772 San Pablo ave 
Bolser Harry, conductor OCR Co, res 1920 San Pablo ave 
Bolton Mr-, re- 1114 Eighteenth ave 
Bolton A E (Sharp A: Bolton) attorney-at-law and President 

Land 'Title Co for Alameda County, XE cor Broadway 

and F it'll., res S F 
Bolton E S. switchman S P Co, res L605 Seventh 
Bolton George, night watchman County Court House, res 

w a First ave nr Summer 
Bolton II H,yard clerk S P Co, res L710 Pacific 
Bolton Jane- \\\ painter, res s s Cleveland ave nr Telegraph 

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Bolza Wm,grainer, res 515 Sixth 

Human II C, canvasser II .1 Smith & Co. res ">1<» Fifteenth 
Boman Peter, carpenter, res 1 L40 Dennison 
Bomar A C, agt M J KELLER 1<><>7 and L009 Broad- 

way 
Bon Charles A. clerk, 8 F. res 2349 Telegraph ave 
Bon Eliza Miss, res 2355 Telegraph ave 
Bon John B, capitalist, res 2355 Telegraph ave 
Bond Anne M rs, res Fruit Vale I [eights 
Bond CC Mi 566 Hoharl 

Bond Frederick W, teamster, res s,| 7 Alice 



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Bond S D Mrs, dressmaker, 1003^ Broadway, room 21, 1 

same 
Bond William E, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res 1257 

Jackson 
Bones Samuel W, conductor S P Co, res 529 E Eleventh 
I Bonetti Joseph, laborer Mountain View Cemetery, res same 
Bongard — — , junk dealer, 416 Third 
Bonham & Holmes (JohnMBonham and Frank L Holi. 

plumbers and gas fitters, 960 Washington 
Bonham J A, agent M J KELLER, 1007 and 1009 

Broadway 
Bonham John N (Bonham & Holmes) res 1758 Market 
Bonicall Paul, boiler maker Clark & Woolley 
Boniface John, gardener Mountain View Cemetery, res same 
Boniface Sara, teacher Cole School, res 2326 Jackson 
Bon Marche, Mrs E J Watson propr, fancy goods, 853 West 
Bonnau Norbast, laborer, res 624 Second 
Bonnemort Charles M, miner, res 955 Jackson 
Bonnemort Jennie Miss, res 955 Jackson 
Bonnemort Mollie Miss, res 955 Jackson 
Bonner George, baker Henry Weber, res SE cor Telegraph 

ave and Minna 
Bonner J Thomas, 358 Orchard 
Bonnet Southern, res 1155 Market 
Bonnetti Joseph, laborer, res n s Forty-second bet Telegraph 

ave and Grove 
Booker Edwd W, barber W H Stewart, res 1501 Seventh 
Booker James, painter, 654 Twenty-sixth 
Boole Emma Miss, res 913 Poplar 
Boole Fred W, weigher, S F, res 913 Poplar 
Boole George, ship builder, S F, res 913 Poplar 
Boole George Jr, traveling agt, S F, res 913 Poplar 
Boole L E, job printer Pacific Press, res 718 Twelfth 
Boole Stella M Miss, res 913 Poplar 
Boop Alice E Mrs, dressmaker, 815 Henry, res same 
Boop Mattie J Miss, res 815 Henry 
Booth Baxter, supt Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1126 

Linden 
Booth Edward, editor Daily Report, S F, res 1214 Harrison 
Booth F E, carpenter, res 805 Twenty-seventh 
. Booth John H, res 1555 Third 

; Booth Lucius A, real estate, S F, res Hazel ave, Piedmont 
I Booth William, capitalist, res 1220 Harrison 
J Boothby B F, switchman S P Co, cor Seventh and Campbell 

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Borchers Mamie Miss, res 704 Nineteenth ^ 

Borden Helen A Miss, res Blake House £3 

Borden J R Mrs, res Blake House N| 

Borden Rhodes, atty-at-law, room 49, 969 Broadway, res 

Blake House 
Bordoni Eliseo, baloonist, S F, res 653 Madison 
Borein Peter R, store keeper Internal Revenue, S F, res 226 

Eleventh 
Borge May Miss, res 560 Twenty-fifth 
Borges Flora Miss, res 1115 Sixteenth ave 
Borges Frank, teamster, res 1115 Sixteenth ave 
Borges Mary Ann Mrs, peddler, res 1115 Sixteenth ave 
Borgeson Charles J, show cases, S F, res 985 Willow 
Borghardt Arthur, butcher Wm Long, res Grand Western 

Hotel 
Borland Alex, apprentice Carruth & Carruth, res 966 

Twenty-first 
Borland Annie Miss, res 1059 Jackson 
Borland Archibald, capitalist, res 1925 Webster 
Borland Archibald Jr, res 1925 Webster 
Borland David C, paper hanger McGovern & Cahill, res 

1788 San Pablo ave 
Borland H Miss, res 1788 San Pablo ave 
Borland Louisa Miss, bookbinder Pacific Press, res 966 

Twenty-first 
Borland James, carpenter, les 966 Twenty-first 
land James Jr, painter, res 966 Twenty-first 
Bornholdt Katie Miss, res 1117 Myrtle 
Bornhauser II, engineer Kramm & Dieves, rea Oakland 00 ^* 



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Bormann Albert, butcher Pice & White, res 221 Third 

Bort L A Mr-, res 827 Seventeenth 

Bortree I> E, deputy city treas, res 572 Seventeenth 

cacci Eugene, driver French Laundry, res 690 Twenty- 
ninth 
hke Albert L, baker, res 1212 Twenty-eighth 

Boscoccia Natalie Miss, distributor Contra Costa Laundry 

Boss Martin P, milling engineer, res 934 Linden 

Bossard Prank Jacob, florist and nurseryman w b Telegraph 
ave iir Morgan, rea same 

Bosselle Louis M, 971 Ninth ave 

Boat .! M, roller Pacific [ron and Nail Works, res 720 
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Bothwell G W, D D, pastor Second Congregational Church, 
editor The Western Christian Union, office 469 Ninth, 
res 1509 Ninth 

Bosworth Lonnie Miss, dressmaker, res 511 Seventeenth 

Bothwell Richard, stableman, res 1316 Twelfth ave 

Bottazini L A, barkeeper F W Reek, res NE cor Eleventh 
and Franklin 

Bottini Louis, driver Oakland French Laundry, res 690 
Twenty-ninth 

Bottomley Isaac, Saloon cor College ave and Hudson, res 
same 

Boudreau Adolph, harness and saddles, 820 Broadway, res 
809 Castro 

Boughman James, carpenter, res 960 Clay 

Boughton Frederick J, advertising solicitor Tribune, res 
1165 Thirty-sixth 

Boughton H J, physician and surgeon, rooms 11 and 12 
Playter Block, res 955 Washington 

Boulett Elmire Miss, res 259 Twelfth 

Boulett Louise Mrs, widow, res 259 Twelfth 

Boulger E Mrs, 1762 Seventh 

Boulger John A, painter, 1762 Seventh 

Boulon Jennie Mrs, res 3 Twenty-fourth ave 

Bouquet Joseph, barkeeper C H Kucks & Co, 468 Twelfth 

Bouquet Sadie E Mrs, res 628 Sixteenth 

Bourbon Alexis, Oakland French Laundry, res 960 Twenty- 
ninth 

Bourbon Gabriel, doormaker California Door Co, res 1730 
Thirteenth 

Bourbon Gabina, res 1730 Thirteenth 

Bourdieu Clement, Oakland French Laundry, res 960 
Twenty-ninth 

Bourget Joseph, blacksmith A A Sicotte, res 1685 Eighth 

Bourgin Pierre, machinist, res 371 Fourth 

Bourgin Pierre, locksmith, res 866 Isabella 

Bourne M C, carpenter, 1840 Seventh 

Bours Carmen Miss, res 520 Sycamore 

Bours Dolores Miss, res 520 Sycamore 

Bours Maria Miss, res 520 Sycamore 

Bours Rafaela Miss, res 520 Sycamore 

Bours T R Mrs, res 520 Sycamore 

Bousfield Wm C, broker, S F, res 1361 Thirteenth ave 

Bousfield Wm H, res 924 Moss ave 



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Boush Alfred R, doughnuts and candy SW cor Peralta and 
Seventh, res same 

Boutan Louisa, printer Tribune Publishing L Co, res 1308 
Thirteenth ave 

Boutell Leonard, carpenter, res 814 Wood 

Bonton Albert A, salesman Osborne S F & Co, res 674 Six- 
teenth 

Boveroux Richard, bookkeeper, S F, res 1077 Twelfth 

Bovill John, custodian Salvation Castle, res 315 Eighth 

Bowdeti Alice Miss, res cor Park and Railroad 

Bowden Eliza Mrs, res cor Park and Railroad 

Bowen , teamster Samm & Co, res 1011 Webster 

Bowen C A, contractor and builder, res 663 Grove 

Bowen Catherine Mrs, res 1010 E Twelfth 

Bowen Charles R (Goldberg, Bowen & Co) S F, res 1439 
Market 

Bowen David, boiler maker Clark & Woolley, res NE cor 
Second and Alice 

Bowen Geo, lather, res Charter Oak Hotel 

Bowen Ida E Miss, res 557 Twentieth 

Bowen John, blacksmith Robert Gilmore, res cor Forty- 
fourth and Telegraph ave 

Bowen John W, res 557 Twentieth 

Bowen Kittie Miss, milliner KAHN BROTHERS 
res Te mescal 

Bowen Lottie E Miss, bookkeeper Dusinburv & Wurts, res 
312 Fifth 

Bowen Lulu, student, res 312 Fifth 

Bowen Marshall W, carpenter Geo A Kirk, res 1667 Broad- 
way 

Bowen Robert M, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Bowen Samuel B, steward Snow Flake Bakery, res Sunny- 
side Hon-" 

Bowen S H, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Bowen Thomas W, yardman Central Lumber Yard, res '-^\'2 
Fifth 

Bowers Catherine Mrs, re's Eome for Aged Women 

Bowers M Mrs, nurse, res L156 Broadway 

Bowers Rut h M rs, res 656 Fourteenth 

Bowers Win, clerk, 8 F, res 5 19 Albion 

Bowersfeld Frederick, carpenter, res Todd, Lorin 

Bowie Mable Miss, dressmaker, res L267 W< 

Bowie Mary Mrs, widow, res L267 West 

Bowland Grace Miss, res 619 E Nineteenth 

Bowland James l>. res 619 E Nineteenth 



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Bowles Amos, carpenter, res 1302 San Pablo ave 

Bowles Charles M, artist, 1068 Broadway, room 13, res 963 

Seventh 
Bowles John, cake baker Log Cabin Bakery, res 2075 San 

Pablo ave 
Bowles Philip E, grain merchant, S F (G W McNear) res 

918 Tenth 
Bowman A J, artesian well borer, res 826 Jefferson 
Bowman Alexander, gardener Mountain View Cemetery, 

res same 
Bowman Arthur W, agt New Zealand Insurance Co, S F, sec 

Piedmont Cable Co, res Vernal ave, Piedmont 
Bowman Charles, miner, res 418 Fifth 
Bowman Chas A, clerk Pierce & Co, res cor Ninth and 

Grove 
Bowman Charles H, store keeper S P Co, S F, res 972 

Center 
Bowman Eustace P, res 118 Fourth 
Bowman Henry (Bowman & Son) res 630 Ninth 
Bowman Henry C, book agt, res 1001 Franklin 
Bowman James Mrs, res Hotel Merritt 
Bowman Lillian Miss, res 118 Fourth 
BOWMAN & SON (Henry and Wm J Bowman) 

druggists, 951 Broadway 
Bowman William, carriage maker, res Park ave cor Hollis, 

Emeryville 
Bowman Wm, cariage trimmer Oakland Carriage Co, res 

Randlett House 
Bowman Wm J, (Bowman & Son) druggist, res 630 Ninth 
Bowser R P, porter Peter Becker, res Thirteenth nr Tele- 
graph ave 
Bowser Samuel, laborer, res 435 Minna 
Bowstead E Mrs, res 1068 Eighteenth 
Boyamval Armand, res 571 Fifth 
Boyce Eliza Mrs, res 812 Market 
Boyce John B, patrolman, res 812 Market 
Boyce S B (Harrison & Boyce) res 962 Market 
Boyce William, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Park 

ave nr Hubbard, Emeryville 
Boyce Wm D, designer and mfr of art furniture, 960 

Franklin, res 532 Thirty-first 
Boyd Edward, salesman C W Kinsey, res 862 Nineteenth 
Boyd Emma H Miss, proof-reader Pacific Press, res 708 

Eleventh 
Boyd James M, brick contractor, S F, res 472 Twenty-third 
Boyd Llewella Miss, res 778 Eleventh 



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Boyd Wm M, insurance broker, res 466 Plymouth ave 

Boyden Andrew M, carpenter, res 963 Jefferson 

Bovens Hans, laborer, res 685 E Thirty-fifth 

Boyer C A, clerk JAS A JOYCE, res Twelfth ave nr 

E Sixteenth 
Boyer Hans P, machinist, S F, res 142 Hannah 
Boyer Henry, mgr Arnold, Pollak & Co, 874 Washington, 

res 957 Eighth 
Boyer Gracie Miss, res 1723 Eighth 
Boyer Henry C, news agt Dennison, res 1723 Eighth 
Boyer James D, att-at-law, S F, res Pagoda Hill, Vernon 

ave 
Boyer M Mrs, res 1723 Eighth 
Boyer Robert J, traveling salesmen Arnold, Pollak & Co, S 

F, res 957 Eighth 
Boyle Etta Miss, res 776 Wood 
Boyle Frances Miss, res 776 Wood 
Boyle Harry, machinist Sanitary Plumbing Manufacturing 

Co. res 910 Webster 
Boyle John, laborer, res Franklin Hotel 
Boyle John J, laborer, res 408 Sixth 
Boyle Michael, salesman, res 512 Fifth 
Boyle Neil, laborer, res 720 Linden 

Boyle Owen, groceries and liquors, 1601 Market, res same 
Boyle Patrick, gardener, res 263 E Sixteenth 
Boyle P F, carpenter, res Girard House 
Boyle Timothy, lumberman, S F, res 776 Wood 

BOYLSTON MUTUAL INSURANCE CO 

OF BOSTON, Gaskill and Vandercook agents, 458 
Ninth 

Boynton Charles A, clerk Sanborn, Vail & Co, S F, res cor 
Howe and Gaskill 

Boynton G W, carpenter and builder, 363 Thirteenth, res 
cor Broadway and Birch 

Boynton II E Miss, teacher Temescal School, res 1124 Thir- 
teenth ave, E Oakland 

Boyseu Andrew, res 416 Seventh 

Boysen Fred, tailor C Johnson, res 416 Seventh 

Boysen I Miss, res 416 Seventh 

BOYSON THOMAS, physician, office Phelan build- 
ing, 8 F, res 769 Eighth 
Bozelip John B, Laborer, res 1260 ('enter 
Bozzina Gtartardo, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Braan Joseph, fireman, 766 Fifth 
Braan Matthew, laborer, 766 Fifth 
Brabandl Charles, driver Telegraph ave cars, res 2109 Elm 



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Brabban Annie Miss, res 769 Twelftb 

Brabban Dixon, banker, res 769 Twelfth 

Brabban James J, res 769 Twelfth 

Brabban Lizzie Miss, res 769 Twelfth 

Brabban Maggie Miss, res 769 Twelfth 

Brabban Mary Miss, res 769 Twelfth 

Brabban Nellie Miss, res 769 Twelfth 

Brabban Susie Miss, res 769 Twelfth 

Brace Fred, clerk, res 40S Thirteenth 

Bracken W W, engineer T Emerv, res 1718 Eighth 

Brackett Delia M Miss, res 1704 Eighth 

Brackett E A, operator Tower 2 S P Co, res 913 Cedar 

Brackett Leonard C, foreman, S F, res 1704 Eighth 

Brackett Orin J, artist, res 1469 Grove 

Brackman \Xm D, res Telegraph ave nr Temescal St 

BBACKTLE AMBROSE, boot maker, 960 

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Bracktle Wallace S, jeweler, res 613 Sixteenth 
Bradbury Elizabeth Mrs, res 1028 Tenth 
BradburV Helen L Miss, res 1028 Tenth 
Bradbury John L, mining supt, res 1028 Tenth 
Bradbury Marcia G Mrs. teacher, res Hotel Merritt 
Bradford Alonzo, res 1729 Myrtle 
Bradford C F, propr Oakland Restaurant, 668 Broadway, 

res same 
Bradford Ethel Miss, res n s Linden bet Broadway and Tel- 
egraph aves 
Bradford G F, real estate, S F, res 681 Montgomery 
Bradford M C, carpenter, res 574 East Fourteenth 
Bradford M J Mrs, res n s Linden bet Broadway and Tele- 
graph aves 
Bradford William J, carpenter, res 111 Hannah 
Brading John, stair builder, res 310 Tenth 
Bradley Anson, photographer, res 1069 Grove 
Bradley Bertha Miss, res 66S Eighteenth 
Bradley Bryan, student High School, res 140S Sixth ave 
Bradley Carrie Miss, student, res Fruit Vale ave 
Bradley C B Rev, professor State Union, res 66S Eighteenth 
Bradley C B Mrs, teacher Field Seminary, res 1825 Tele- 
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Bradley Charles, painter, 417 Fifteenth, res Winter's Hotel 
Bradley Chas H, painter, res 465 Twentieth 
Bradley E W, physician, 618 E Fourteenth, res same 
Bradlev Frank, laborer, res Franklin Hotel 



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Bradley Fred, employe S P Co, res 1669 Eighth 
Bradley H L, physician and surgeon, 1115 Broadway, rooms 

and 40, res 1408 Sixth ave 
Bradley Hiram T, res 364 Fourteenth 
Bradley James, gardener, res 465 Twentieth 
Bradley James, laborer S P Co, res 1551 Seventh 
Bradley J H. res s s Temescal nr Telegraph ave 
Bradley John J, laborer, res SOS Cedar 
Bradley John T, mining expert, S F, res 364 Fourteenth 
Bradley Laura V Miss, res 543 Albion 
Bradley Lucy Miss, res 364 Fourteenth 
Bradley Maggie Mrs, res 562 Eighth 
Bradley Margaret Miss, student, res 140S Sixth ave 
Bradley Mary Miss, res 364 Fourteenth 
Bradley Mary Mrs, laundress West Oakland Home 
Bradley Mary J Mrs. widow, res 660 Twenty-fifth 
Bradley Matilda Mrs, widow, res 1754 Taylor 
Bradley Nicholas, plasterer, res 1415 Eleventh 
Bradley R II, laborer S P Co, res 1551 Seventh 
Bradley Thomas, cleaner S P Co, res 1S17 Go- 
Bradley Thomas, plasterer, res 1463 Castro 
Bradley Wm, engineer S P Co, res S29 Cedar 
Bradley Wm E, clerk JAS A JOYCE, res 465 Twen- 
tieth 
Bradshaw Benj, employe California Jute Mills, res 167 E 

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Bradshaw Elizabeth Mis. widow, res 167 East Twentieth 
Bradshaw John, hostler, res 817 Castro 
Bradshaw Thomas, cash boy. res 1<>7 E Twentieth 
Bradshaw T P, poulterer, res NW cor Telegraph and Alca- 

traz aves 
Bradshaw Winnie, domestic 1265 Fourth ave 
Bradway -I R physician and Burgeon, L0034 Broadway, 

res 760 Tenth 
Bradley John, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Bradway Royal, painter John Thompson, res 1S16 Seward 
Bradway Timothy, carpenter, res 1816 Seward 
Brady .lame-, teamster, res <>•">- .lack-on 
Brady .lame- M. city clerk, rea 306 Fourteenth 
Brady John, painter, rea 651 Linden 
Brady Katie domestic 266 E Twelfth 
Brady Martin B, cigar mfr and retail, 176 Seventh, rea 
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Brady T J, plumber and gasfitter, 904 Washington, res 810 
Castro 

Brady Wm, painter, res 403 Ninth 

Brady Wm E, carpenter, res 1717 William 

Brain Geo H, iron moulder, res 2020 Chestnut 

Brain Geo H Jr, student, res 2020 Chestnut 

Brain Henry, carpenter, S F, res Eleventh nr Powell, Golden 
Gate 

Brain Thomas, laborer, res 2020 Chestnut 

Brainard Louisa Mrs, saloon, Fligh st, Melrose 

Braine Thomas, brick mason, res E Twentieth bet Twenty- 
first and Twenty-second aves 

Brair John, employe Phoenix Foundry . 

Bralley Nellie Miss, clerk DuRay Smith, res 1939 Market 

Bralley Patrick, barber, 1939 Market, res same 

Bramia Alice Mrs, res 953 Castro 

Bramley W H, broker, S F, res 505 Eleventh 

Bramwell J C, bookkeeper Galindo Hotel, res same 

Branch Fred M, insurance clerk, S F, res 1913 Market 

Branch Nellie Miss, res 1913 Market 

Branch Wm, extraman Hose Co No 5, res 1913 Market 

Branch William R, mail messenger, res 1913 Market 

Brand , driver L F Hickey & Co, res 362 Tenth 

Brand Bros (George Jr, Charles and Fred) step ladder rnfrs, 
672 Fourth 

Brand Charles (Brand Bros) res 662 Fifth 

Brand Fred (Brand Bros) res 662 Fifth 

Brand Geo (J P Rohrbach & Co) res Grand Western Hotel 

Brand George Jr (Brand Bros) res 662 Fifth 

Brand Henry, plumber, S F, res 662 Fifth 

Brand Isabella Miss, res 662 Fifth 

Brand John G, barber, S F, res 824 Isabella 

Brand M J Miss, nurse, res 504 Thirteenth 

Brand Morton, painter, res 662 Fifth 

Brand Robert,. supt Minnesota Thresher Manufacturing Co, 
654 Washington, res 1430 Adeline 

Brand William, employe Brand Bros, res 662 Fifth 

Brandau Charles, cook Alexander Campbell, res 1457 Fil- 
bert 

Brandenburg James, driver Oakland Fruit and Produce Co, 
res Eagle Hotel 

Brandon Kate Mrs, widow, res 230 Twelfth 

Brandon William M, real estate, S F, res Sutter nr Adeline, 
Golden Gate 

Brands John W, painter, res 1368 Campbell 

Brandt Elijah, carpet layer, res 361 Thirteenth 

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Brandt Fritz H D, painter, res Forty-second nr Grove 

Brandt Matilda Mrs, res 1010 Third" 

Brandt R Mrs, res 466 Sixth 

Brangs Ernest E, piano tuner Sherman, Clay & Co, S F, res 
1067 Grove 

Branks Dora Mrs, res 1055 E Twelfth 

Brannan Annie Mrs, groceries, wines and liquors, 802 Clay, 
res same 

Brannan James, tinner, res 5 Forty-third 

Brannan James T, res 516 Sixth 

Brannan John, farmer, res High 

Brannan John, employe S P Co, res 1813 William 

Brannan Martha Mrs, res 5 Forty-third 

Brannan Mary Miss, domestic Mrs Sather, 664 Twelfth 

Brannan Mary Mrs, res 720 Chestnut 

Brannan Mary Agnes Miss, res 802 Clay 

Brannan Patrick, hostler Ninth Street Livery Stable, res 
same 

Brannen Mary Mrs, res 1009 Seventh (rear) 

Branson Ware, sail maker, res 1007 Fifth 

Branstetter Joseph, baker, S F, res 229 Eighth 

Brasfield , Smith House, 836 Broadway 

Brathwaite Fred, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Bratten Thomas W, bridge builder S P Co, res 811 Willow 

Brauer Hermann Rev, pastor German Evangelical Church, 
1013 Clay, res Tenth bet E Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth aves 

Braunn C H F, bookkeeper, S F, res 1358 Seventh 

Braun Chas C, clerk W & M Everson, res 562 Eighth 

Braun Francis A, clerk, S F, res 1330 Linden 

Braun H, propr U S Bottling Co, SE cor Eighth and Web- 
ster, rea 870 Webster 

Braun Louis E, bookkeeper (1 W MeNear, S F, res L358 
Seventh 

Braun Martin, gardener, res 318 Thirteenth 

Braun Michael, rea 1 L23 Filbert 

Brause Gustav, carpenter, res es Claremont ave nr Sum- 

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>rant Louis, machinist California Door Co, res 1008 Wood 
Kraut PaulJ, engineer E L & M Co, res 317 Third 
trauthaver Daniel, engineer Root Smiley, res 1953 Myrtle 
trauthaver Howard L, atty-at-law, res 1953 Myrtle 
Irawley John, Laborer, res 502 Twenty-fourth 
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ave 
BRAY ISAIAH CAPT, secretary Y M C A, 

rooms 865 Broadway, res Blake House 
Bray Philip, miner, res 1373 Twelfth ave 
Bray Robert A (Bray's Sons & Co, S F) res E Fourteenth 

nr Fruit Vale ave 
Bray William A, res E Fourteenth nr Fruit Vale ave 
Braver Mary Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Brayton A P (Pacific Iron Works, S F) res 1167 Jackson 
Brayton A P Jr (Pelton Water Wheel Co, S F, ) res 1167 

Jackson 
Brayton Block, Mrs E W Johnson custodian 
Brayton Edward L, student University of California, res 

1167 Jackson 
Brazas Anton G, laborer, res 1723 Seventh 
Brazell Antone, res Union ave nr Green, Stock Yards 
Breard Anthony, barber, res 1687 Eighth 
Brearty Ellen L Miss, res 1303 Chestnut 
Brearty Francis W L, plumber, res 1303 Chestnut 
Brearty Frank F Jr, plumber J A C Macdonald, res cor Six- 
teenth and Chestnut 
Brearty M E Mrs t Select Home School, res 1303 Chestnut 
Brechtel Charlotte Miss, res s s Mariposa ave nr Telegraph 

ave 
Brechtel Wm, teacher of languages, S F, res s s Mariposa 

ave nr Telegraph ave 
Breck James, att-at-law, res 578 Sixteenth 
Breck James, clerk, S F, res 678 Fourteenth 
Breck Samuel, res 678 Fourteenth 
Breck Samuel Jr, clerk Oakland Bank of Savings, res 678 

Fourteenth 
Bredhoff Charles, bookkeeper, S F, res 1219 Market 
Bredhoff Henry, bookkeeper Clot & Meese, S F, res 862 

Kirkham 
Bredhoff Julius, porter, S F, res 1213 Eighth 
Breed Arthur H, real estate, S F, res 572 Eighteenth 
Breed Daniel C, bookkeeper, S F, res 572 Eighteenth 
Breed Stillman F, res 1274 Fruit Vale ave 
Breedlove Ira N, printer Tribune, res 125 Thirteenth 
Breen John, saloon cor Piedmont ave and Mather, res 2063 

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Breen Thomas, carpenter, 1318 Kirkham 
Breen Thomas, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Breen William, cigar maker, 324 Second 
Breene Joseph, fireman S P Co, res 766 Fifth 





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Breese F F, laborer L E Ciawson & Co, res 408 Thirteenth 
Bregers Charles W, butcher, 1817 San Pablo ave, res same 
Brehm Agnes Mrs, widow, dressmaker, res 1812 San Pablo 

ave 
Breiling Adolph, butcher Western Market, res 1473 Eighth 
Breiling M Mrs, propr Western Market, 1473 Eighth, res 

same 
Breiling Oscar, butcher Western Market, res 1473 Eighth 
Bremmer Lewis, blacksmith Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Commercial Union Hotel 
Bremmer Thomas S, employe Orlando Bemis, res East Oak- 
land Hotel 
Bremmerly Albert, res 489 Orchard 
Bremmerly Nettie Miss, res 489 Orchard 
Brendemuhl August, capitalist, res end Fruit Vale ave 
Brendemuhl F Mrs, res end Fruit Vale ave- 
Brenham R B, miner, res 1393 Broadway 
Brennan Barney, butcher, res Charter Oak Hotel 
Brennan Chas D, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works 
Brennan Daniel, res 963 Fifth 
Brennan Daniel, laborer, res 1014 Third 
Brennan Fred, plumber, res 963 Fifth 
Brennan Louise A, res 963 Fifth 
Brennan Timothy, stone cutter Amador Marble Co, res 

Mountain View Cemetery 
Brennen Michael, contractor and builder, res 833 Harrison 
Brenton E L, laundiyman Contra Costa Laundry 
Brereton K S Mrs, res 2018 Telegraph ave 
Brereton John M, groceries, 1022 Twenty-fourth, res 2018 

Telegraph ave 
Bresmiham James, laborer, Winthrop House 
Bressler Theo A, carpenter, res Beulah Park 
Bretonnel J V, lapidary, S F, res 539 Nineteenth 
Brett J R Mrs, res 957 Harrison 

Brett Mabel E Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 957 Harri- 
son 
Brett Martin (Brett & Welsh) res 801 Brush 
Brett & Welsh (Martin Brett and Patrick Welsh) groceries, 

sol Brush 
Breuchaud Albert E, carpenter, res 1712 Taylor 
Breuer Hermann, grocer, S F, res 1055 Wood 
Breuer John, laborer, res Union ave nr Green, stock Yards 
Brewer Annie Mrs, widow, res 2207 San Pablo ave 
Brewer Annie W Mi--, teacher evening school, res 578Thir- 

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Brewer H L, carpenter Jones & Co 

Brewer J H, atty-at-law, res 578 Thirteenth 

Brewis Alfred, apprentice, res 1422 Sixteenth 

Brewis James, boiler washer S P Co, res 1422 Sixteenth 

Brewster C Mrs, propr Oakland House, 668 Broadway 

Brewster D Mrs, res 858 West 

Brewster Wm C, Industrial Home for the Adult Blind, res 

672 Twenty-fifth 
Briant Geo, janitor Franklin School, res 1016 Tenth ave 
Brickett M J Mrs, res 222 Ninth 
Bridge & Broadway (Wm Bridge and A T Broadway) dairy, 

Redwood road 

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Bridge Ellen Miss, res Prescott 

Bridge Herbert, teamster, res Prescott nr Redwood road 

Bridge John, barber, res Prescott 

Bridge Thomas, farmer, res Prescott 

Bridge Thomas Jr, laborer, res Prescott nr Redwood road 

Bridge William (Bridge & Broadway) dairymen, res Red- 
wood road 

BRIDGES MARTIN M, wood, coal and coke, 
NE cor Sixth and Washington, res 952 Thirty-fifth 

Bridgman C B, carpenter and cabinet maker, SW cor Third 
and Filbert, res same 

Bridgman Wm C, machine hand, 760 Fifth 

Brier C, teacher Urban School, S F, res 522 Twenty-second 

Brier Martha Miss, res 522 Twenty-second 

Brier Rose Miss, res 522 Twenty-second 

Briggs A F Miss, res 524 Thirteenth 

Briggs Chester G, contractor and builder, res 527 E Four- 
teenth 

Briggs David M, sticker Wood Works, res cor Fourth ave and 
E Twenty-seventh 

Briggs Fred S, compositor Oakland Enquirer, res 936 Ade- 
line 

Briggs H C Mrs, res 1457 San Pablo ave 

BRIGGS LEROY H, millinery, 1005 Broadway, 
res 524 Thirteenth 

Briggs Mabel Miss, res 527 E Fourteenth 

Briggs Mollie Miss, res 527 E Fourteenth 

Briggs Nina L Miss, student, res 1457 San Pablo ave 

Brigham Calvin 0, commission merchant, S F, res 1019 
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Brigham Lena A Miss, res 1019 Oak 

Brigham Solon B, solicitor, res 265 E Sixteenth 

Brines Charles, res 1758 Seventh 

Brink G C Mrs, res 767 Fourteenth 

Brink J M, res 416 Eighth 

Briones G J, propr barber shop, 1762 Seventh, res same 

Briones R L, barber, 844 Broadway, res Tenth nr Franklin 

Brissell Anna M, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult 

Blind, res same 
Briton W W, atty-at-law, S F, res 1227 Chestnut 
BRITTON JOHN A, secretary Oakland Gas Light 

and Heat Co, res 966 Jefferson 
Britton Patrick, cement layer, res 870 Lydia 
Britzius D A, employe S P Co, res 1864 Division 
Brizard Alexander, merchant, res 1219 Adeline 
Brizard Bruce, student, res 1219 Adeline 
Brizard Paul A, student, res 1219 Adeline 
Broach Lincoln, carpenter, res 1162 Campbell 
Broad Charles A, boots and shoes, S F, res NE cor Thirty- 
sixth and Market 
Broad Charles E, agt, res 708 Twenty-ninth 
Broadhurst J, employe M J KEIilJEIt 
Broadway Annie Miss, res NW cor Redwood and Old County 

roads 
Broadway Arthur T (Bridge & Broadway) dairyman, res 

1 vol wood road 
Broadway Elizabeth M Mrs, res Redwood road 
Broadway Henry, carpenter, res Redwood road 
idway J, employe Burnham-Standeford Co 

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Broadwell Ella Miss, res 1226 Fruit Vale ave 

Broadwell Elias H, rancher, res 713 Nineteenth 

Broadwell Melvin L, (Towle & Broadwell) res 1514 Brush 

Brock Annie L Miss, res 1 158 Broadway 

Brock Christie L, clerk Oakland Bank of Savings, res L458 
Broadway 

Brock George \\\ painter, res 1723 Market 

Brock Jacob \V. laborer, res L264 Kirkham 

Brock Jessie Miss, res 17"_ , ."l Market 

Brock Joseph II, clerk, res L458 Broadway 

Brcfck Joseph M, hardware Oroville, res L458 Broadway 

Brock Josie Miss, res L723 Markel 

Brock Wm, bookkeeper, 8 l\ res 8W cor McCaU and Mari- 
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Brockhage Frederick A, carpenter, res 765 Eighteenth 

Brockhage John F, searcher of* records, 8 F, res 765 Eigh- 
teenth 

Brockhage Catherine Miss, res 765 Eighteenth 

Brockhorst Annie Miss, res 809 Thirteenth 

Brockmann Ewald, laundryman, res 1134 Kirkham 

Brockmiller C L, switchman S P Co, res Grand Western 
Hotel 

Brode Richard, blacksmith SW cor Eighth and Clav, res 
665 Third 

Broderick Annie Miss, res 1706 Seward 

Broderiek Charles W, machinist S P Co, res 5 Maple 

Broderick Charlotte Mrs, widow, res 1706 Seward 

Broderick Ed, horseshoer, res 862 Franklin 

Broderick John, res 813 Filbert 

Broderick Lottie Miss, res 1706 Seward 

Broderick Patrick, laborer, res 813 Filbert 

Broderick Patrick, foreman Oakland Cable Car Co, res 1113 
Eighth ave 

Broderick R, res 813 Filbert 

Broderick Wm B, plnmber T J Brady, res 813 Filbert 

Broderick William F, student, res 1706 Seward 

Brodie Charles A, res 734 Chester 

Brodie Ernest A, clerk S P Co, res 1205 Peralta 

Brodien Carrie Miss, res 1591 Telegraph ave 

Bro-lien Emma J Mrs, widow, res 1009 Twenty-sixth 

Brodley R H, switchman £> P Co, res 1551 Seventh 

Brodt A W, vineyardist, office 367 Twelfth, res Pleasanton 

Brodt EMrs, res 1454A- Seventh 

Brodt Lincoln, machinist California Door Co, res 1162 
Campbell 

Brokamp Benj, tailor 413 Seventh, res same 

Brokaw Eliza B Mrs, res 940 Filbert 

Bromley Anna Miss, res 483 Merrimac 

Bromley Charlotte E Miss, curator E Oakland Free Read- 
ding Room, 562 E Twelfth, res 651 E Fourteenth 

Bromley John L, real estate, 864| Broadway, res 483 Mer- 
rimac 

Bromley Martha Miss, res 483 Merrimac 

Bromley Marian Miss, res 483 Merrimac 

Bromley Roscoe P, clerk W B Hardy, res 483 Merrimac 

Bromley Thomas L, artist, 864£ Broadway, res 483 Merri- 
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Bromley Virginia Miss, res 483 Merrimac 

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Thirty-eighth 

Bromwell Louis L, pres California Insurance Co. S F, 953 
Madison 

Broneer Carl W, restaurant. S F. res 696 Twenty-fifth 

Bronson Horace H, yardman S P Co, res 1255 Center 

BronsoD H W, fireman California Hosiery Co, res 570 Six- 
teenth 

Bronson Laura M Miss, res 1255 Center 

Bronson Nellie L Miss, res 1255 Center 

Bronson Russell, real estate and insurance, res 1156i Sev- 
enth 

Brook M Mrs. res 551 Eighth 

Brooke Charles, sign advertising, S F, res 1254 Eighth 

Brooke Lillie Miss, res 1254 Eighth 

Brooke Minnie Miss, res 1254 Eighth 

Brookes S E, candy and ice cream, 1205 Broadwav and 
1206 San Pablo, res 564 Eighteenth 

Brooklvn Athletic Club, Prof Tom Carroll mgr, 777 East 
Twelfth 

Brooklyn Brewery, John Schoenfelder propi SW cor E 
Fourteenth and Eighteenth ave 

Brooklyn Hotel, cor Twenty-second ave and E Twelfth 

BROOKLYN LUMBER YARD, E M Derby 

& Co proprietors, foot of Thirteenth ave 
Brooklvn Market, Charles Bitterman propr. 766 E 

Twelfth 
Brooklvn Presbvterian Church, Rev E S Chapman pastor, 

cor E Fifteenth and Twelfth 

BROOKLYN RESTAURANT, Robertson & 

Engelbreth proprietors, X\V cor E Eleventh and Thir- 
teenth ave 
Brooklyn Station s P Co, W PGeary agt.foot of Thirteenth 

ave 

Brooklyn Tannery, Q F Christ & Sona proprs, cor Twenty- 
cond ave and E Twelfth 

Brooka Aipheua B,oil refiner, 950 Poplar 

Brooke A.ngi< P M ps, rea 1111 Adeline 

Brooks a I ill Brooks, Harry Brooka and A E Wilkin- 
son ) groc( i •;• s, hay, grain and feed, cor Thirteenth ave 
and El Fourteenth 

Brooke EC Mrs, r< a 318 Duranl 

Brooka Eliza Mrs, rea •;•~• , . , Tenth 

Brooka I- I", wood turner. 518 Fifteenth 

Brooka Frank, tailor Jon< - a haul, res Franklin House 



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O ^ Brooks Harry '(Brooks & Co) res 1266 Twelfth ave ^ ' 

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„ J" and Geo W Humphreyjhay, grain and feed, 411 Eleventh J ™ 

fc * Brooks James H, agt S P Co, res 1372 Twelfth ave x hH 

© Brooks J H (Brooks & Co) cor Thirteenth ave and E J 
< | Fourteenth, res 1372 Twelfth ave 

* ^ Brooks Joseph, clerk Robert Mott, res 950 Poplar 
X jS Brooks Joseph F, master mariner, res 950 Poplar 
. a Brooks Joseph F Jr, salesman, res 950 Poplar 
5 53 Brooks Lafayette (Brooks & Co) res 1313 Twelfth ave 
•» Brooks Lincoln M Mrs, res 1111 Adeline 
.■*-*-»» Brooks M Mrs, res 561 Eighth 
*Ji I Brooks Patrick J, waiter, res 1630 Union 
K ' Brooks Payton H, clerk, S F, res 318 Durant 
^J Brooks Richard M, bookkeeper, S F, res 1235 Poplar 
Lmi | Brooks Samuel, employe S P Co, res 1430 Twenty-third ave 
ff\ Brooks Thadcleus R (Brooks & Humprey) res Arlington i - 
W House [j] 

Brooks W E, dentist, 1155 Broadway, res 518 Frederick 
Brooks Win, machinist Independent Planing Mills, res 518 ^ 
Fifteenth & ( 

K£ Brophy Geo, engineer Aaron Robinson, res 1010 Franklin 
Brophy Nicholas, laborer, res 2239 Peralta 
Brophy Patrick J, carpenter, 210 Broadway, res same 
tM i Brophy Steve, tinsmith Clarence Hyde, res Union Hotel 
Brophy Wm, carpet layer Aaron Robinson 
Brosnaham Conrad, res 416 Eighth 
Brosnan Dennis, laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel 
Brosnan John, laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel 
Brosnan John C, propr Charter Oak Hotel, 1763 Seventh, 
'res same 
T* I Brossmann Catherine Mrs, widow, res 920 Pine 
"* w Brossmann Emma E, dressmaker, res 920 Pine 
CD | Brossman William, jeweler, res 920 Pine 

Brother Julian, supt works St Mary's College fit 

Brotherhood of Railway Conductors, meets Fidelity Hall jjj 

cor Seventh and Peralta j ^ 5 

Brouchoud Joseph, artist, S F, res 1419 Twelfth ave 
Brougher Frederick C, res 378 E Fifteenth 
o"i Brougher James W, student, res 378 E Fifteenth 
§f Brougher Nellie V Miss, res 378 E Fifteenth 
Brower Blanch S Miss, res 1012 Seventh ave 
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Hiower Henry, res 832 West 

Brower Jeff, cash boy Taft & Pennoyer, res 1012 Seventh 

ave 
Brower S G Mrs, res 405 E Eleventh 
Brower Thos J, res 1012 Seventh ave 
Brown Agnes Miss, student Depue & Aydelotte's Business 

College, res 1321 Sixth ave 

BROWN ALBERT successor to HAMILTON 

& BROWN, undertakers, 466-468 Thirteenth, res 
1387 Alice, Telephone 18 
Brown Albert, engineer, res 474 Twenty-sixth 
Brown Albert L, engineer, res 1756 Telegraph ave 
Brown Alexander, blacksmith California Jute Mill Co, res 

609 Valdez 
Brown Allie L Miss, student, res 525 Fortieth 
Brown Anna Miss, res 1123 Filbert 
Brown Annie Miss, res 373 Fourth 
Brown Annie Miss, student, res 2053 Market 
Brown Annie B Miss, res 1659 Grove 
Brown Archibald, tinsmith, 705 Broadway 
Brown Arthur, supt B and B Department S P Co, res 1031 

Filbert 
Brown Bell, employe California Hosiery Co, res 670 E 

Eleventh 
Brown Bessie Miss, res 528 Eighteenth 
Brown Brice, expressman, res 1849 Chestnut 
Brown Carrie Miss, res 1061 Clay 
Brown Catherina, res 423 Second 
BrowD Charlie, messenger Sunset Telephone Co, res 973 

Washington 
Brown Chas, pants maker M J KELLER, res 817 

Chesnut 
Brown Daisy 1 Mi — .re- 974 Center 
Brown David, confectioner, res L21J E Fifteenth 
Brown David .1. engineer, res L782 Atlantic 
Brown Dudley C (Brown & McKinnon) supervisor District 

No I. res Kh',1 Clay 
Brown E Mrs, widow, res L372 T< nth 
Brown E Miss, packer R Franke & I 
Brown Edmund, res L267 Brush 
BROWN EDWARD A, wood and coal, U(M12 

Ninth, res Piedmont ave nr city limits 
Brown Edward l>. collector, S l\ res L715 Seward 
Brown Edgar C, cl< , SI res 408 E Twelfth 
Browne Effie Miss, res 1015 Sixth a^ 



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res 962 Clay 
Brown Ella Miss, res 1061 Clay 
Brown Elmer H, foreman W H Brown's Stable, res 1301 

Clay 
Brown Ernest C, engineer Engine Co No 5, res 468 Sixth 
Brown Esther Miss, clerk, S F, res 474 Twenty-sixth 
Brown Esther M Miss, res 1756 Telegraph ave 
Brown Florence L Mrs, widow, res SW cor Alice and Third 
Brown Francis A, builder, 624 East Twelfth, res 1321 Sixth 

ave 
Brown Frank, laborer, res 544 Webster 
Brown Frank, laborer S P Co, res 1619 Sixteenth 
Brown Frank, groceries and fruit, 1454 Seventh, res 1454-J- 

Seventh 
Brown Frank G, house painter Al Woods, res 1715 Twenty- 
fifth 
Brown Frank M, decorator, res 1322 Tenth ave 
Browm Frederick M, res 806 Thirteenth 
Brown Geo, clerk S P Co offices, S F, res 1322 Tenth ave 
Brown Geo, res 967 Cypress 
Brown Geo O, jeweler, S F, res 1374 Tenth 
Brown Geo W, street sprinkler, res 409 E Seventeenth 
Brown Harry, painter W W Tucker 
Brown Harry D, res 875 Washington 
Brown Harvey, stenographer, S F, res 1406 Ninth 
Brown Harvey S, attorney S P Co, res 806 Thirteenth 
Brown Henry A, machinist, res 1163 Seventh 
Brown Henry H, porter M Welsh, res 471 Tenth 
Brown Herbert, student, res 1012 Center 
Brown Herbert F, carpenter, res 1439 Filbert 
Brown Hiram P, atty-at-law, 619 Nineteenth, res same 
Brown Horace P, pressman, S F, res SW cor Alice and 

Third 
Brown H W, clerk, res 1174 E Fifteenth 
Brown James, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Brown James, res cor Sutter and Park, Golden Gate 
Brown James, janitor Brooklyn Presbyterian Church, res 

1524 Eleventh ave 
Brown James, propr Corralitos Paper Co, res 528 Eighteenth 
Brown James, teamster, res 776 Seventh 
Brown James C, mining engineer, res 1709 Myrtle 
Brown James H, student, res 1217 Kirkham 
Brown James H, res cor Fourth ave and E Twenty-fourth 
Brown James L, stenographer, S F, res 1715 Seward 



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Browu James P, law department S P Co, S F, res 570 
Hobart 

Brown J Dalzell, bookkeeper, S F, res 1046 Kirkham 

BROWN J E H, manager wholesale department Sal- 
linger Brothers, res San Pablo ave nr Forty-second 

Brown Jeremiah R, clerk, S F,res 1462 Twelfth 

Brown Jesse, driver People's Express Co, res 527 Seventh 

Brown Jennie Mrs, dressmaker SE cor Fourth and Broad- 
way, res same 

Brown Jennie Miss, res San Pablo ave nr Fortieth 

Brown Jessie Miss, res 514 Sixth 

Brown J H, carpenter S P Co, res 813 Campbell 

Brown J L, Wells, Fargo & Co's Bank, S F 

Brown John, farmer, res s s Benton nr Shattuck ave 

Brown John, laborer, S P Co, res 806 Willow 

Brown John, laborer S P Co, res 1716 Pacific 

Brown John, longshoreman water front nr Webster 

Brown John, res 965 Third ave 

Brown John C, captain steamer Transit, res 950 Campbell 

Brown John E, porter P P C Co, 1756 Seventh 

Brown John F, res 738 Thirty-third 

Brown John H, carpenter, res 525 Fortieth 

BROWN JOHN L, manager Wm H Brown's Stable. 
510 Thirteenth, res 1301 Clay 

Brown John W. mariner, res Crawford, Golden Gate 

Brown Joseph, res 1321 Sixth ave 

Brown Joseph C, miller, 661 Third 

Brown Joseph W. carpenter S P Co, res 813 Campbell 

Brown Josiah P, merchant, res 962 Fifth 

Brown L Mi>>. res L82& San Pablo ave 

Brown Leland S, clerk Gaskill & Vandercook, rea s "<'> Thir- 
teenth 

Brown Leonard D, capitalist, res 1220 Cast 

Brown Louise Mrs, groceries, ,; 77 Adeline, rea same 

Brown Lloyd, blind maker California Door Co, res cor Wal- 
nut and San Jo86 ;ive 

Brown Lu Miss, rea L716 Seward 

Brown Maggie Mrs, rea 1465 Third 

Brown Manuel, laborers P Co, rea rear 915 E Fifteenth 

Brown Margan t Mrs, rea 1 123 San Pable ave 

Brown Margaret Miss, fea Crawford, Golden Gate 

Brown Martin, gardener, rea 318 Thirteenth 

Brown Mary, employe California Hosiery Co, res 670 East 

venth 
Brown Mary Mrs, rea s l<> Webster 
Brown Mary E Mrs, rea 721 E Thirty-fifth 

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Brown Mary E Miss, res 962 Clay 

Brown Matilda Mrs, widow, res 2053 Market 

Brown Maud Miss, res San Pablo ave nr Fortieth 

BROWN & McKINNON (D C Brown and J A 

McKinnon) merchant tailors, 1018 Broadway 
Brown Michael, res 1123 Filbert 
Brown Morris J, mariner, res 139 Hellen 
Brown M P, bookkeeper, S F, res 1120 West 
Brown Mrs, vest maker Jones & Daul, res Lorin 
Brown Myron, driver People's Express Co, res 514 Sixth 
Brown Myron W, res cor Fourth ave and E Twenty- 
Fourth 
Brown N, porter S P Co, res 756i Willow 
Brown Nettie M Miss, res 1591 Telegraph ave 
Brown Orson D, patrolman, res 1439 Filbert 
Brown Perry H, barber, 1228 Broadway, res same 
Brown Ralph, commission merchant, S F, res 1462 Twelfth 
Brown R C, mining engineer, res 463 Twenty-sixth 
Brown Robert, carpenter Oakland Windmill Co, res 872 

Lydia 
Brown Robert J, carpenter, res 872 Lydia 
Brown Roland G, stock broker, S F, res 1389 Jackson 
Brown Rosa, domestic, 153 East Tenth 
Brown Sarah S Mrs, matron West Oakland Home, res 973 

Campbell 
Brown S E Mrs, res 1012 Center 
Brown Tillie Miss, student, res 2053 Market 
Brown Thomas, domestic St Joseph's Academy, res 205 

Fourth 
Brown Thomas H, lather, res 1217 Kirkham 
Brown William, res 872 Lydia 
Brown Wm, house painter, res 423 Second 
Brown Wm, res 409 East Seventeenth 
Brown Will E, driver Talcott's Dairy, res High opp Pres- 

cott 
Brown William G, stock raiser, res 1715 Seward 
Brown Wm H, cook Geo W Walker, res cor Brush and 

Sixth 
Brown Wm H, res 525 Fortieth 

Brown William H, paper hanger, res 738 E Thirty-third 
Brown William H, undertaker, S F, res cor Sutter and 

Park, Golden Gate 
BROWN WM H, livery stable, 510 Thirteenth, res 

Sutter, Gaskill Tract 
Brown William M, physician and surgeon, 854^ Broadway, 

res 974 Center 



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Brown Wm M Jr, fireman, res 974 Center 

Brown Wm Z, bricklayer, res 814 Lewis 

Brown Willis M, clerk Pavot, Upham & Co, S F, res 962 
Fifth 

Browne A B Miss, res 1129 Myrtle 

Browne A F, clerk S P Co, res 977 E Twenty-eighth 

Browne Christopher W T , clerk, res 1015 Sixth ave 

Browne Daniel W, honse painter, res w s Telegraph ave bet 
Forty-fourth and Forty-fifth 

Browne Erne Miss, res 1015 Sixth 

Browne Evelyn Miss, res 977 E Twenty-eighth 

Browne Frederick D, civil engineer S P Co, res 977 E 
Twenty-eighth 

Browne Gus E, insurance clerk, res 1015 Sixth ave 

Browne India Mrs, res 1015 Sixth ave 

BROWNE P D, notary public and conveyancer, 458 
Ninth, res 977 E Twenty-eighth 

Browne Spencer C, real estate, S F, res 470 Edwards 

Brownell Abner, propr Our Corner Saloon, 1251 San Pablo 
ave, res 767 Seventeenth 

Brownell Ada Mrs, res 667 Fifteenth 

Brownell Don C, traveling agt Carroll & Co, res 667 Fif- 
teenth 

Brownell E A Varney Mrs, physician, room 4 Playter Block, 

Brownell H M, salesman Columbus Buggy Co, res 1209 
Broadway 

Bruce Henry, shipwright S P Co, res 1369 Eighth 

Bruce John M, gardener Dr T H Pinkerton, cor Thir- 
teenth ave and E Twenty-seventh 

Bruce John K, carpenter, S F, res 1653 Seventh 

Bruce Kittie Miss, res L369 Eighth 

BRUCE SAMUEL J, manager Kohler & Chase, 
res L462 Curtisa 

Bruce Walter I), engineer S P Co, res L072 Campbell 

Bruder John, gardener Herman Althof,941 Filbert 

Brueck Wm A, Homoeopathic Pharmacy, 956 Broadway, pea 
704 Nineteenth 

Bruenn A, physician and surgeon, office 561 Tenth, res 563 
Tenth 

Bruenn Adolph, piano mfr and music and musical instru- 
ments, factory Fourteenth and Webster Depot, 1074 
Broadway, res 710 Twenty-fifth 

Bruenn Henry II, music teacher, pea 563 Tenth 

Bruguiere John O, cigars and tobacco, 1171 Broadway, res 
306 Fourteenth 

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| Bruml Arthur, 533 Eighteenth 
^* Bruml R Mrs, widow, res 533 Eighteenth 
d Bruml S Mrs, res 533 Eighteenth 

Brumpton Frederick, employe Oakland Gas Light & Heat 
jj£ Co, res cor Second and Grove 

. Brumpton John, employe Oakland Gas Light & Heat Co, 
U* \ res cor Second and Grove 

•p ! Brumund Wm, laborer, res 428 Second 
S [ Brundage B L, res 1019 Filbert 
-p Brunelle Onesine, teamster Remillard Brick Co 
^ Bruning Annie Mrs, widow, res 1400 Eleventh 
^ Bruning Bros (John H and Henry F Bruning) wholesale 
<d and retail confectioners, 483 Seventh 

S ■ Bruning Henry F (Bruning Bros) res 864 Henry 
§ji Bruning John H, confectioner, 483 Seventh, res 832 Frank- 

a lin 

Brunjes Adel Miss, res 768 Fourteenth 

^ BRXJNJE J A, groceries, wines and liquors, 1551- 
(j)| 1553 Broadway, res 1643 Broadway 

01 Brunje Herman, coachman F Delger, res 524 Nineteenth 
^* Brunjes Fred, res 768 East Fourteenth 

Brunjes Henry, cooper Isaac Levy, res 768 Fourteenth 

Brunker Alice E Miss, res 1323 Twelfth ave 

Brunker Fred E, carpenter and cigars, 628 E Twelfth, 

res 1323 Twelfth ave 
Brunker Sarah J Miss, res 1323 Twelfth ave 
Bruno James, laborer, res w s First ave nr Summer 
Bruns D, propr Commercial Union Hotel, Park ave, Em- 
eryville 
Bruns Emma Miss, res 728 Linden 
Bruns J C C, milling, S F, res 1113 Adeline 
Bruns J P, employe Burnham-Standeford Co 
w Brunson Horace W, fireman Woolen Mills, res 936 Thirtv- 

Jp •— sixth 

H A. BRUNSWICK HOTEL, Alex Ross, proprietor, 

- uj NW cor Ninth and Washington 

H ^ Brunwin Bernard, butcher Syracuse Market, res Charter 

)R * Oak Hotel 

JJj < Brusie James, merchant Modesto, res 570 Thirteenth 

H I Brusie Lulu M Miss, res 570 Thirteenth 
Bruso Wm, painter, res Union Hotel 
Brustgrun Anna H Miss, res 2034 Broadway 
Brustgrun Frederick, res 2034 E road way 
Bruton Thomas J, nurse Oakland Hospital, res same 



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W Bryan John, laborer S P Co, res 1401 Twelfth 
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Bryan Joseph, butcher Fred Kuhnle, res 667 Nineteenth 

Bryan Joseph, butcher, res 1401 Twelfth 

Bryan Lillie, domestic, 918 Union 

Bryan Lizzie Miss, res 680 Eighteenth 

Bryan Mamie Miss, student, res 1401 Twelfth 

Bryan Mary A Mrs, widow, res 1360 Webster 

Bryan Patrick, student, res 1401 Twelfth 

Bryant Dan F, printer Tribune Publishing Co 

Bryant E Louise, compositor, res 858 Franklin 

Bryant Edwin R, carpenter, res 960 Clay 

Bryant Frank, carpenter, res 864 Washington 

Bryant Fred, messenger Sunset Telephone Co, res 1016 
Tenth ave 

Bryant Henry, porter, res Twenty-fourth ave bet E Eleventh 
and Railroad ave 

Bryant John, propr Grand Western Restaurant, 1756 
Seventh, res cor Willow and Chase 

Bryan Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, res 1401 Twelfth 

Bryant Nellie Miss, student High School, res 1016 Tenth ave 

Bryant W H, engineer S P Co, res 1521 Eighth 

Bryden Arthur A, clerk California Cotton Mills Co, res ( .»7" 
E Fourteenth 

Bryden Silas W, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res 975 
E Fourteenth 

Brydgea Ada Mrs, res 1621 Thirteenth ave 

Brydges Harry W, conductors P Co, res Nilea 

Bryenton A A. salesman, res 562 Eighth 

Bryne John, raftsman S P Co, res Kirkham 

Brynea John, machinist SP Co, res cor Willow and Pacific 

Buch Albert, rea L221 Eighteenth ave 

Bach Ole, employe Pullman Palace Car Co, res Alameda i 

Buchanan Alexander, conductor 8 P Co, rea 1015 E Fif- 
teenth 

Buchanan Elijah M, carpenter 8 P Co, rea 1013 Wood 
tochanarj .lame-, butcher Fred Becker, rea Eureka Hotel 
tochanan John, gardener S Orrick, rea Vernon Heighta 
tochanarj PG Rev, rea 77:) Sixteenth 
tochanan William A, carpenter 8 P Co, rea L013 Wood 
tocher Wm E, brick taker, 718 i 'astro 
tocher Winer, rancher, rea The Round House, High 
tockman Harry, tailor, l<>7 Sixth, rea Bame 
toch Addiaon (Buck &Judkina) rea Fruii Vale 
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9 • Buck Emma Miss, res 929 Adeline 

0« ^ Buck & Judkins (Addison and Chas M Buck and L C Jud 

^ £ kins) contractors and builders, 963 Franklin 

QC >* Buckalew A Mrs, dressmaker, 1103i Broadway, res same 

K g Buckbee Emma Miss, res 217 Helen 

g §) Buckbee Martin, laborer S P Co, res 217 Helen 

Buckel C A Miss, physician, 952 Fourteenth, res same 
Buckelew Amanda Miss, res 700 Thirty-fourth 
Buckelew Johanna B Mrs, widow, res 700 Thirty-fourth I ^ ^s 
Buckelew Lillie C Miss, res 700 Thirty-fourth | % M 

Buckelew Mary F, teacher Cole School, res 700 Thirty-fourth % m 
Buckelew Minnie E Miss, teacher Durant School, res 700 

Thirty-fourth 
Buckeye Livery Stable, Christian W Weinberg propr, 1386 
Broadway 
P? | BUCKHOUT ADNA H, patent hot air grates, 
res 606 Sixteenth 
BUCKINGHAM LILLIE MRS, employment 

office, 525 Eighth, res same 
Buckingham Robt H, boots and shoes, S F, res 525 Eighth 
I Buckingham S, res 563 Eleventh 
2C ! Buckley Chester K, merchant, res Ross House 
[jl I Buckley Cornelius, lumberman, 702 Third 

Wi Bucklev Daniel, laborer S P Co, res 821 Filbert 
Buckley Frank E, clerk Park & Lacy Co, S F, res 1212 Web- 
^J j ster 

' Buckley Horace F, farmer, res 1168 Eighth ave 
Buckley J L, painter, res Union Hotel 
Buckley John L (W T Hamilton & Co) res w s Claremont 

ave nr College 
Buckley Joseph, carpenter, res Forty-fifth 
Buckley Kate Miss, agt S P Co, Stock Yards 
Buckley Milton, machinist, res 1060 Poplar 
Buckley Nellie M Miss, milliner, res 270 East Tenth 
Bucklin Albert G, carpenter, res 969 Kirkham \Aj 

Buckman S W, laborer, res s s Forty-fourth, nr Telegraph ' HH 

ave 
Buckner Mary Mrs, res 625 Tenth 
Budde Theodore, employe S P Co, res 717 Fourth 
Buddington Nellie Mrs, widow, res 963 Chester 
Buel Emma W Miss, res 363 E Twelfth 
Buel F Mrs, res 363 E Twelfth 
Buel Rosa M Miss, res 363 E Twelfth 
Buell David H, carpenter S H Wilson, res 771 Eleventh 



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Buell E L Miss, art embroidery, res Bank Building, 1104 

Broadway 
Buell Helen Mrs, res 610 E Eighteenth 
Buell Linus, student, res 610 E Eighteenth 
Buell Wm, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Buelna Gertrude R Mrs, res rear 878 Milton 
Buffett Charles C, carriage mfr, 1304 Broadway, res 2156 

Chestnut 
Buffington John M, mining sec, res 963 Oak 
Buffington William H, bookkeeper, S F, res 1020 Chester 
Buggi Celestono, stonecutter Western Granite and Marble 

Co 
Buhsen Diedrich, capitalist, res 1802 William 
BUHSEN HOUSE, NJ) Buhsen proprietor. 1803 

Seventh 
BUHSEN N D, groceries, wines and liquors, 1801 

Seventh, res 1803 Seventh 
Buich Martin, dishwasher Antone Lizak, res 1320 San 

Pablo ave 
Bulger John K, chief engineer steamer Alexander, res 454 

E Eleventh 
Bulkley Kate A Mrs, teacher Field Seminary, res 543 

Albion 
Bulkley Milton, salesman H P Gregory & Co, S F, res 545 

Albion 
Bull Mary D Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 1259 Webster 
Bullen A M Mrs, res s a Forty-sixth or Shattuck ave 
Bullock Charles, bookkeeper J C Bullock, res L626 Twelfth 
Bullock Ella L Miss, res <•>:<> Market 

Bullock Barry, plumber John C Bullock, res L626 Twelfth 
Bullock Harry C, tinner and plumber S P Co, res 1 7 r> J At- 

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Bullock Harvey K. capitalist, 472 Tenth, res 970 Market 

Bullock .1 C, tin, copper and sbeel iron ware, plumbing and 
gasfitting, L686 Seventh, res L 626 Twelfth 

Bullock .1 C Jr, plumber .1 C Bullock, res L626 Twelfth 

Bullock Margaret M Miss, res ( .»7<» Market 

Bullock Thomas, painter and paper hanger, res l s -">l Wil- 
liam 

BullockThos F, clerk J II Bacon, rea L83] William 

Bumiller A. rea Tubba 1 Eotel 

Bumiller E, rea Tubba Hotel 

Bumiller -I , rea Tubba Hotel 

Buuce Cyrua V, carpenter, rea L5284 Broadway 

Bunce Edward E, farmer, rea Hayes Canyon 

Bunce PL, orchardisl . re 1 361 Market 

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Bundensen Ellen Miss, domestic L F Cockroft, res Prospect 
Heights 

Bundy Mary Miss, res Home for Aged Women 

Bundy E D Mrs, res 605 Tenth 

Bundy Maud Miss, res 605 Tenth 

Bunker G H, res 714 Chester 

Bunker Mary Miss, res 216 Thirteenth 

Bunnell E F, dentist, S F, res 1955 Telegraph ave 

Bunnell Geo W, professor Greek, University of California, 
res 1955 Telegraph ave 

Burbank Albert E, live stock, S F, res 1116 Campbell 

Burbank Carrie G Miss, res 1372 Telegraph ave 

Burbank Charlotte F Mrs, res 763 Eighth 

Burbank Frances F Miss, res 763 Eighth 

Burbank H S Mrs, res 1372 Telegraph ave 

Burbank Lester, shoemaker Nolan Bros, S F, res 629 Four- 
teenth 

Burbank Louis, res 629 Fourteenth 

Burbank Samuel F, real estate, res 763 Eighth 

Burbank William F, asst editor Oakland Enquirer and atty- 
at-law, res 763 Eighth 

Burbeck Geo, teller First National Bank, res 1259 West 

Burch Gilbert W, switchman S P Co, res 1717 Filbert 

BTJRCHA.RD Ij S, physician and surgeon and at- 
tending physician Receiving Hospital, office 1103i 
Broadway, rooms 6 and 7, res room's 28 and 29, office 
hours 10 a m to 12 m, 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p m, telephone 
317 

Burckhalter Chas, insurance surveyor, S F, and astronomer 
in charge Chabot Observatory, res 962 Chester 

Burdett Chas, shoemaker, res 971 Ninth ave 

Burdick Allan C, machinist, res 1555 San Pablo ave 

Burdick Geo H Mrs, res 1105 Jackson 

Burdick J C, res 1059 Clay 

Burdick J F Mrs, res 668 Fourteenth 

Burdick Lillie C Mrs, res 908 Pine 

Burdick May E Miss, music teacher, res w s Telegraph ave 
nr Forty-eighth 

BURDICK S POWELL, physician, 1409 Grove, 
office hours 10 to 12 a m, 5 to 6 p m, Sundays till 10 
a m 

Burcfcck Sarah C Mrs, res 1555 San Pablo ave 

Burford John, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Burg C H, salesman, res 934 Myrtle 

BurgGus, clerk C J Krytser, res 533 Sixteenth 



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Burg Sina, domestic, 1266 Grove 

Burgans Chas E, guns and sporting goods, 517 Seventh, res 

same 
BURGrELIN LOUIS, butcher, 1110 Market, res 

same 
Burgess Bert F, pressman Pacific Press, res 714 Eighteenth 
Burgess Frank G, res 932 Poplar 
Burgin E M Miss, teacher Prescott School 
Burgoa Wm, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult Blind, 

res same 
Burgstrum Stephen, doormaker California Door Co, res 501 

Washington 
Burk Annie Miss, bookkeeper, res Lake Merritt 
Burk B, stone cutter F E Knowlea & Co, res 653 Seventh 
Burk F L, reporter, res The Arlington 
Burk Henry, propr City of Oakland, Lake Merritt, E 

Twelfth, res same 
Burk P, stone cutter F E Knowles & Co. res 053 Seventh 
Burk Tom, hostler Ninth Street Livery Stable, res same 
Burke Agues Miss, res 1612 Telegraph ave 
Burke Albert, res 1818 Atlantic 
Burke Bernard, res 2053 Grove 
Burke Bessie Miss, fitter Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 

1612 Telegraph ave 
Burke & Bottomlev (Wm Burke and Isaac Bottomlev) sa- 
loon. 121 Tentfi 
Burke Charles, plasterer, res 1004 Third 
Burke Geo, res 270 E Seventeenth 
Burke II Mrs, rea 1012 Telegraph ave 
Burke Hannah Miss, domestic, rea 586 Tenth 
Burke Hugh \V. ticket agent B F, rea 1261 Center 
Burke Jackson, asst cashier A L Bancroft A Co, 8 F, res 

524 Simpson ave 
Burke James F, plumber, rea 1832 Grove 
Burke Kennedy, tailor J Lancaster, rea L6634 Gro\ 
Burke Lena, dressmaker Mrs E W Johnson 
Burke Lizzie Miss, domestic, rea 1 165 Jackson 
Burke Mamie Miss, rea 1612 Telegraph ai 
Burke Nellie F Mrs, rea 1020 Chestnut 
Burke Patrick, Winthrop House, sixth 
Burke Patrick, house mover, res Franklin Hotel 
Burke Thomas, gardener Mrs A Chabot, rea 1832 Grove 
Burke Thomaa Jr, plumber, rea 1832 Gro 1 
Burke Wm, laborer 8 P Co, rea B22 Magnolia 
Burkhalter II T. -nan Phelan A Fish, rea 1 11 1 Tenth 

Burkhard Rudolph, clerk P .1 I t'Connell, rea 915 Grove 



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Burley Edward, traveling agt, S F, les 1573 Eighth ave 



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Burnett Almina E Miss, dressmaker, res 1106 E Twenty- 
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Burke Wm (Burke & Bottomley) res 358 Seventh 
Burke Wm, tinner, res 1832 Grove 
Burke Wm H, clerk John Hanley, res 469^ Ninth 



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Burnett Harry, student, res 535 Eighteenth 
Eurnett M A Mrs, widow, res 584 Twenty-second 
Burnett Samuel A, carpenter and joiner, res 1106 East 
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BURNETTE EUGENE T, manager Burnette 

Dental. Co, 1004 Broadway, res Hay wards 
Burnette John J (Hershfield & Burnette) res 1165 Seventh 
Burnham Chas F, sec Eagle Oil Refining Co, S F, res 1705 

Broadway 
Burnham John H, clerk Henry M Collins, res 1623 Short 
Burnham J R, res Tubbs Hotel 
Burnham Lee C, clerk Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 

1017 Madison 
Burnham O H, pres Burnham-Standeford Co, 1017 Madison 
Burnham W W, clerk Burnham-Standeford Co, res 1017 

Madison 

BURNHAM-STANDEFORD CO, O H Bum- 

ham president, D W Standeford vice-president, A T 
Buswell secretary, proprietors Oakland Planing Mills, 
w s Washington bet First and Second 

Burnight J M, carpenter, res 1362 Twelfth 

Burns Catherine Mrs, res 1781 William 

Burns Charles, carpenter, res 9 Watts 

Burns Chas E, musician, res 75 Valley 

Burns D Mrs, res 372 Second 

Burns Edward, artist, res Park ave cor Hollis, Emeryville 

Burns Edward E, saloon, Seventh bet Broadway and Frank- 
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Burns Emma Miss, dressmaker, res 728 Linden 



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Burns Frank, clerk T R Burns, re- 75 Valley 

Burns Gatv A. clerk. S F. res Twelfth nr Folsom, Golden 
,te ' 

Bums George, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co, res 
Schutzen Park. Alameda 

Burns George J, employe Pacific Iron and Xail Co. res 728 
Linden 
r- O Burns Harry G, auditor's dept Wells. Fargo & Co, S F, res 
752 Sixteenth 

Burns Henry R. porter Pulman Car Co. res 220 Fifth 

Burns Howard, draughtsman J C Mathews & Sdn, res San 
Pablo road nr Fortieth 

Burns J A Ifiss, dressmaker, res Union Hotel 

Burns James C, canvasser H ft A Baker, res Golden Eagle 
Hotel 

Burns John McK. machinist S P Co, res 1722 Chac 

Burns Louisa Mrs, res 411 Seventh 

^ Burns Mary Miss, dressmaker, rea 528 Thirteenth 
Burn- Margaret Mrs. widow, res 174S Filbert 
HBurn- Michael, laborer S P Co. res 421 B 
Burns Nellie Mi--, nurse Pabiola Hospital, res same 
rna P< U v. n - E EL v< nth 

Bum- Sarah, domestic. 275 E Fourteenth 
po^ Burn- Sarah Mr-. - ~_ v Linden 

hrf Burns S b A Mr-, widow, d ■ '". Alice 

[] Burns Thomas, machinist, S 1". i - 1781 William 

Burns Thoma S 1 ' I * 120 Helen 

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Wrall Belle M 11 Sixteenth 

Bur rail J< ssi< E ' I I Sixteenth 

Burrall Lucia M Miss, st< Dographer, 8 1' 1 1 Sixteenth 

j Burrall Millie Ifiss, : Sixteenth 

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tate, 1016 Broadway, res 014 Sixteenth 
Burrell Albert W, real estate, 476 Eighth, res 318 Third 
Barrell E F, teacher High School, res 578 Fifteenth 
Burrell Henry H, bridge contractor, res 546 Thirty-fifth 
•Burris Georgie Miss, res 1591 Telegraph ave 
Burritt Alice, physician, room 4, 1055 Washington 

Burroughs , capitalist, res 1311 San Pablo ave 

Burroughs S Mrs, dressmaker, 1507 Broadway, res same 
Burrows M Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 1014 Broad- 
way 
Burrows Mary Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 209 Fourth 
Burson Adelia A Mrs, res 846 Seventeenth 
Burt F L, carpenter S P Co, res 992 Willow 
Burt James, res 992 Willow 
Burt Walter, blind maker California Door Co, res 1781 Goss 

BURTCHAELL & CROWLEY (Geo T Burt- 

chaell and Daniel Crowley) plumbing and gasfitting, 
1243 Broadwav, telephone 481 

BURTCHAELL GEORGE T (Burtchaell & 

Crowley) res 2442 Broadway 
Burton A H Mrs, res 1002 E Thirtieth 
Burton Ben T, physician, office and res 867 Willow, office 

hours 10 a m to 12 m, 2 p m to 4 p m 
Burton Carrie Miss, res 1002 E Thirtieth 
Burton Emanuel, laborer California Pottery & Terra Cotta 

Co, res 601 Twentv-third ave 
Burton H Mrs, res 1511 Brush 

Busby Emma Miss, glove maker, S F, res 1416 Ninth 
Busby Frederick H, glove mfr, res 1112 Nineteenth 
Busby Harry, res 1416 Ninth 

Busby Lizzie Miss, glove maker, S F, res 1416 Ninth 
Busby Mark, glove cutter, S F, res 1416 Ninth 
Busby Mary Mrs, widow 7 , res 1416 Ninth 
Busby Mary Miss, res 1416 Ninth 
Busby Minnie Miss, res 1416 Ninth 
Busch John, car cleaner S P Co, res 2167 Union 
Bush C, butcher, 971 Third, res same 
Bush D C, butcher, res 712 Filbert 

Bush Edwin D, merchandise broker, S F, res 966 Madison 
BUSH EDWARD T, California Market, 1223 

Broadway, res 624 Seventeenth 
Bush Ella M Miss, res 814 Myrtle 
Bush Eva G Miss, res 559 Seventeenth 
Bush Fred G, clerk Pierce & Co, res 814 Myrtle 




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Bush Harry C, freight agt Atlantic and Pacific Railway, S 

F, res 1126 Myrtle 
Bush Henry, night watchman S P Co, res 260 Second 
Bush Henry, clerk, S F, res 710 Fourth 
Bush Josephine Mrs, res 814 Myrtle 
Bush Maud D Miss, res 559 Seventeenth 
Bushell E A, pres Oakland Box and Barrel Manufacturing 

Co, res 1249 Broadway 
BUSHELL HOUSE, Mrs Anna Knapp proprietor, 

462 Twelfth 
Busse Christian C, harber, 459 Twelfth, res 1510 San Pablo 

ave 
Busselle John A, mill hand California Door Co, res 1210 

Peralta 
Buswell Alice M Miss, student, res cor Sixth ave and E 

Twentieth 
BUSWELL A T, sec Bnrnham-Standeford Co, res 

1425 Adeline 
Buswell Block, SE cor Fourth and Broadway 
Buswell Clara A Miss, res Twelfth nr Railroad ave, Golden 

Gate 
Buswell Daisy R Miss, student, res cor Sixth ave and E 

Twentieth 
BUSWELL E G & CO (E G Buswell) paints, oils, 
glass, artists' materials and paper hangings, 712-716 
Broadwav, cor Fourth, opp Hall of Records, telephone 
237 
Buswell E (r (E G Buswell & Co) res Buswell Block 
Buswell George R, res Twelfth nr Railroad ave, Golden 

Gate 
Buswell Gerry, clerk E G Buswell & Co, res Buswell Block 
Buswell Jennie M Mrs, res Buswell Block 
Buswell John, clerk E G Buswell & Co, res Buswell Block 
Buswell M L Mrs, res cor Sixth ave and E Twentieth 
Buswell Morgan, student, res Buswell Block 
Buswell Elobbins, student, res Buswell Block 
Buteau Helen A Mrs, artist, res 55] Twentieth 
Buteau S A, physician and surgeon, res 527 Jones 
Buteau Samuel II, -indent, res 527 Jones 
Butin Mary Mr-, res L961 ( rrove 
Butler Abraham L, janitor Mood Building, S F, res 1461 

Broadway 
Butler Alice E Miss, bookkeeper T C Emery, res 253 Eighth 
Butler Alice V Miss, employe U S Mint, S F, res 1 I<>1 Broad- 
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Butler ( ' Mr-, widow, res 600 Seventeenth 






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Butler C D, banker S F, res 630 Fourteenth 

Butler Charles S, mailman Palace Hotel, S F, res 1461 
Broadway 

Butler Fay M, advertising agt Tribune Publishing Co, res 
209 Eighth 

Butler Floyd E, messenger U S Mint, S F, res 1461 Broad- 
way 

Butler Frank M, employe Briggs, Ferguson & Co, S F, res 
1320 Myrtle 

Butler George, laborer, res SW cor Telegraph ave and 
Thirty-ninth 

Butler James, laborer, Winthrop House 

Butler James, saloon, 719 Broadway 

Butler James H, sawyer Pioneer Planing Mills, res 603 
Webster 

Butler James M, res 808 Jefferson 

Butler John, janitor S F, res 1461 Broadway 

Butler John H, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 1551 
Brush 

Butler Josie Miss, res 313 Fourth 

Butler M Mrs, res 533 Eighteenth 

Butler Marguerite, domestic, 959 Twelfth 

Butler Mary, domestic, 104 E Fifteenth 

Butler Matilda Miss, domestic, 1218 Oak 

Butler Nellie Miss, res 313 Fourth 

Butler Patrick, laborer, res 920 Kirkham 

Butler Patrick, foreman S P Co mole, res n s Fortieth nr 
Adeline 

Butler Pauline Miss, res 313 Fourth 

Butler P T, cooper, 652-654 Broadway, res 313 Fourth 

Butler R E, repairer S P Co, res 1613 Magnolia 

Butler T W, carpenter, res 806 Jefferson 

Butler Wm W, janitor Flood Building, S F, res 1461 Broad- 
way 

Butt Peter, groceries, 2216 San Pablo ave, res same 

Butterfield Carrie A Miss, milliner Miss M Rey Wilson, res 
216 Fifth 

BUTTERXCKS DRESS PATTERNS, 

Taft & Pennoyer agents, 1163-1165 Broadway 
Butterworth Abel A, carpenter, res 577 Sycamore 
Butterworth Emma R Mrs, dressmaker, res 577 Sycamore 
Buttlar Charles J R, sec Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

1468 Twelfth 

BUTTON FRED L, attorney-at-law 969 Broad- 
way, room 34, res 568 Thirty-fourth 
Button Orando, carpenter, res 670 Second 




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S> Butson — , carpenter, res 519 Seventeenth 

:JJ But well Thos H, employe Bon Ton Boat House, res same 

^ Buzzo Benjamin H, fireman S P Co, res 1676 Pacific 

h" Q Bvers J C, bootblack stand cor Adeline and Seventh, res 

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Byington Samuel, bartender, res 818 Clay 
Byington Teresa, proof-reader, res 1313 West 
Byler John E, clerk W & M Everson, res 1618 Webster, 

Alameda 
Byrne B, domestic, 1213 Myrtle 
Byrne Frances M Miss, res 929 Pine 
Bvrne J E. house mover, res 825 Adeline 
Byrne John J, raftsman S P Co, res 824 Kirk ham 
Byrns John E, laborer S P Co, res SE cor Willow and 

Pacific 
Byrns John B, laborer S P Co, res SE cor Willow and 

Pacific 
Byrne Joseph P, bookkeeper, S F, res 263 Fourth 
Byrod Sarah B Mrs, teacher Clawson School, res 1555 San 

Pablo ave 
Byron Lillian Miss, dressmaker Mi-s V A Anderson, res 

504 Thirteenth- 
Byxbee A G, clerk B and B Dept S P Co, res Berkeley 
Byxbee Edith Miss, student, res Fruit Vale ave 
Byxbee Ella F Miss, res L329 Nineteenth ave 
Byrne M J, res 263 Fourth 
Byrne William, painter, res 638 Valdez 
Byrne- Thoinas, laborer S P Co, res L20 Helen 
Byxbee Howard, student, res Fruit Vale a\ 
Byxl 'in K. Lumber dealer, S F, res L329 Nineteenth ave 

Byxbee feoberl ( J, lumber, 42 Market , S F, res Fruit Vale ave 



Oabanol Peter, laborer Bayle, La Coste A Co, rea ur Stock 

Yards Siat [on 
('able Fairie M Miss, res 461 Twenty-second 
Cable Emma E Miss, copyist, res 461 Twenty-second 
Cable Harry E, salesman Ily Alexander, rea 461 Twenty- 

cond 
Cable Samuel, blacksmith Judson Manufacturing Co, rea 

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Cable Samuel <•, salesman 8 Maguire A Sons, rea 461 

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Cabral Jacinto, laborer S P Co 

Cabral Manuel, laborer S P Co, res 722 Henry 

Caccia Arnold, well borer, res 1866 West 

Caccia Wm, driver Louis Lundberg, res cor Twenty-eighth 

and West 
Cade W H, barkeeper Ed H Campbell, res Park ave 
Cadman Charles K, plumber, S F, res 1180 E Fourteenth 
Cadman John 0, director Home Benefit Insurance Co, S F, 

res Vernon Heights 
Cadogan James J, bookkeeper, S F, res 912 Filbert 
Cadogan John H, manager Redington & Co, S F, res 912 

•Filbert 
Cadogan Kate Mrs, res 912 Filbert 
Cadogan Lawrence F, correspondent First National Bank, 

S F, res 912 Filbert 
Cadogan Mary G Miss, res 912 Filbert 
Cadogan Patrick A, bookkeeper, S F, res 912 Filbert 
Cadogan Wm, gardener, res 1414 Eighth ave 
Cadoza Joseph, gardener, res 580 Thirty-fifth 
Caduz Antonio, laborer S P Co, res Center nr R R track 
Cadwell Annie Mrs, widow, nurse, res 1409 Grove 
Cadwell Chester T, medical student, res 1409 Grove 
Cadv Daniel, laborer, res 1313 Campbell 
Cady W H, brakeman S P Co, res 1729 Seventh 
Csesar Diani, laborer P C R quarry, res same 
Cahen August, florist, res 1627 Nineteenth ave 
Cahill Anna L Miss, student art school, res 1613 Mvrtle 
Cahill B Mrs, res 663 Ninth 
Cahill Carrie A Miss, res 663 Ninth 
Cahill Christopher J, paper hanger and painter, res 772 

Fifth 
Cahill Dennis, sawyer Eagle Box & Manufacturing Co, res 

961 Third 
Cahill Edward F, city editor Tribune, res 1368 Tenth 
Cahill Emmett E, collector, res 753 Market 
Cahill Grace Miss, res 1613 Myrtle 
Cahill Henry, paper hanger res 753 Market 
Cahill James (McGovern & Cahill) res 1613 Myrtle 
Cahill John P, plumber John A C McDonald, res 1862 West 
Cahill M A Mrs, res 753 Market 
Cahill Pat, laborer S P Co 
Cahill Patrick, foreman elevator works, S F, res Sutter nr 

Park, Golden Gate 
Cahill Peter, teamster, res Booth 
Cahill William, grocer, 118 Hannah, res same 





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Cahill W H Mrs, dry and fancy goods, 1215 Broadway, res 

1534 Broadway 
Cahill William H, painter and paper hanger, 369 Thirteenth, 

res 1534 Broadway 
Cahill William J, salesman McGovern ev: Cahill, res 1613 

Myrtle 
('aim Estelle Miss, clerk A D Gordan, res 1477 San Pahlo 
Cahn Fannie Mrs, widow, 1477 San Puhlo ave 
Calm Henry, res 1477 San Pablo ave 

Cahton Harry F, clerk Central Supply Co, res 1371 Tenth ave 
Caig David (John Thexton & Co) res 1435 Myrtle 
Cain F Mrs, matron ladies' hall, California College, res same 
Cain Patrick, dairyman, res 70S Twenty-seventh 
(aine E Parker, clerk Oakland Home Insurance Co, rea 

1359 Brush 
Caine James E, carpenter W T Veitch & Bro, res 1359 

Brush 
Caire Arthur J, clerk Justinian Caire, S F, res XE cor 

Eighth and Harrison 
Caire F F, clerk Justinian Caire, S F, res XK cor Eighth 

and Harrison 
Caire Justinian, hardware, S F, res XK cor Eighth and 

Harrison 
Cairns E Mrs, widow, res 93*2 Fourteenth 
Cairns Maggie Miss, domestic, res 1020 Oak 
Cairna Minnie Miss, domestic, res L020 Oak 
Calahan C J Mrs, res 510 Ninth 
Calahan Mary J Miss, rea L862 William 
Calaway J as, hostler, res 712 Franklin 
Calberg Gustave F. constable Brooklyn Township, rea L116 

Ninl h ave 
Calden All. um. rea 768 Twelfth 
Calden Daniel, laborer 8 P Co 
Calden Guy Chester, collector, rea 768 Twelfth 
Calder Henry C, gardener, rea 1067 Oak 
Calder Hugh, rea L012 E Twenty-third 
Calderwood David B, engineer S P Co, rea LOU Wood 

Calderw 1 M Mrs, widow, rea 1 (| 11 Wood 

Calderwood S, sticker Pacific Coasl Planing Mills, 3 F 
Caldwell Charlee B, hinder, rea L145 Nineteenth 
Caldwell Frank c. clerk, r< a 2169 Wesl 
I aid well Hannah T Mrs, dressmaker, 53 1 Sixteenth, rea same 

Caldwell Hairy ('. apprentice City BraSS Workfl, re- 531 

Sixteenth 
Caldwell Howard W, brake man S P Co, rea L065 Twelfth ave 
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Caldwell John C, carpenter, res 816 Sixteenth 

Caldwell Layfayette, teamster Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 

531 Sixteenth 
Caldwell Louis E, clerk, res 2169 West 
Caldwell William A, clerk, res 2169 West 

CALEDONIAN INSURANCE CO, of Edin- 

burgh, H T Smith agent, 960 Broadway 
Calhoun J A, resident correspondent S F Bulletin and Call 

468 Tenth, res 1659 San Pablo ave 
Calhoun John M, insurance clerk, res 1659 San Pablo ave 
California Bakery, Clement Martin propr, 1557 Broadway 

CALIFORNIA BANK AND TRUST CO, 

A C Henry president, Frank H Brooks cashier, 1006 
Broadway 
CALIFORNIA COLLEGE, Rev S B Morse presi- 
dent, Bunyan Spencer secretary, between E Twenty- 
seventh and E Thirtieth, Highland Park 

CALIFORNIA COTTON MILLS CO, G W 

Beaver president, J Y Miller secretary and cashier, Wil- 
liam Rutherford superintendent, Mills Park Street Sta- 
tion East Oakland, San Francisco office 310 California 

CALIFORNIA DOOR CO, (THE) Charles Doe 
president, F A Merguire secretary, Albert L Smith man- 
ager, Edward A Boell manufacturing superintendent 
doors, sash and window blinds, 460-464 Second, factory 
Wood between Fourteenth and Sixteenth 

California Fire and Water Proof Paint Co, 555 Broadway 

California Hall, w s Clay s of Eleventh 

California Hosiery Co, Thomas Crellin prest, John Williams 
sec and manager, SE cor Jefferson and Second 

California Jute Mills Co, John Robinson supt, Third ave bet 
E Tenth and E Eleventh 

CALIFORNIA MARKET, Edward T Bush pro- 
prietor, 1223 Broad wav 

CALIFORNIA MILITARY ACADEMY, 

Colonel W H O'Brien principal, cor Telegraph and 
Prospect aves 

California and Nevada Railroad, San Pablo ave, cor 
Thirty-ninth 

CALIFORNIA NURSERY CO, Niles, Alameda 
county, George Carv agent, 954 Broadway, (see adver- 
tisement) 

CALIFORNIA POTTERY AND TERRA 

COTTA CO, Serril Winsor proprietor, works 
Twenty-third avenue, E Oakland, office 1172-1174 
Broadway 



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CALIFORNIA RESTAURANT, HaUahan 

Brothers proprietors, 854 Broadway 
California Rose Co, F C Havens mgr, Vernon Heights 
California Saloon, John Kavser & Co proprs, 840 Broadway 
CALIFORNIA WATCH CLUB, T B Potter 

manager, 1151 Washington 
Calkin Evelyn Mrs, res 1054 Eighteenth 
Calkin Everell F, res 1737 Myrtle 
Calkins Becky Miss, res 1263 Brush 

Calkins Maggie Miss, milliner L H Briggs, res 821 Mag- 
nolia 
Callagan Edward, carpenter S P Co, res 138 William 
Callaghan Becky, res 317 Sixth 
Callaghan Henry, stevedore, 704 Franklin 
Callaghan Jennie Miss, res 317 Sixth 

Callaghan Jeramiah, real estate, insurance and notary pub- 
lic 505 Seventh, res 317 Sixth 
Callaghan John, laborer S P Co, res 368 Tenth 
Callaghan John, employe Pacific Iron and Xail Works, res 

1612 Magnolia 
Callaghan John, student, res 2253 Adeline 
Callaghan John W, carpenter, 873 Milton 
Callaghan Joseph L, solicitor Anglo-Nevada Assurance Cor- 
poration, res 317 Sixth 
Callaghan Maggie Miss, res 831 Peralta 
Callaghan Mamie Miss, res 83] Peralta 
Callaghan Martin, laborer, res L612 Magnolia 
Callaghan Martin Jr, res L612 Magnolia 
Callaghan Rebecca Miss, res 317 Sixth 
Callaghan Robert, student, 831 Peralta 
Callaghan Win, chief engineer Alex Duncan, res 831 Peralta 
Callahan Bridget L Mrs, res cor William and Wes1 
Callahan Cornelius, clerk Win Walsh, res L319 Center 
Callahan John, res Winthrop House 
Callahan John, bricklayer, res cor William and West 
Callahan Maggie, domestic, ( .»r>4 Sixteenth 
Callahan Maria Miss, waitress, res Railroad Exchange 
Callahan Mary Miss, res cor William and West 
Callahan May Miss, domestic, res L624 Eighth 
Callahan Michael, furnished rooms, pea 612-j E Twelfth 
Callahan Thomas, bricklayer, res <-^v William and West 
Callahan William, printer, res 658 Grove 
Callebotta Agnes Mrs, res 865 Twenty-second 
Callebotta Mamie Miss, hair worker, res 865 Twenty-second 
Callendar Jacob, physician, 8 V, res 9] I Magnolia 



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Callender Henry, farmer, res 536 Eighteenth 

Calley Elias J, salesman, res 488 Edwards 

Calley Robert B, salesman, res 488 Edwards 

Callon Kate Miss, waitress Kelsey House, res same 

Callundan C F Mrs, res 755 Clay 

Callustro Company, Mrs E P Eells pres, Chas L Paige sec, 
office and depot 1304| Telegraph ave 

Callustro Soap Works, 72Q First 

Calmes Harry, student C S Lane & Son, mail 1209 Broad- 
way 

Calnan Cornelius, laborer, res Fortieth bet Market and 
Lusk 

CALOTJ JEAN, proprietor Restaurant Laundry, 1918 
San Pablo ave, res same 

CALOU PETER, proprietor Oakland French Laun- 
dry, 960 Twenty-ninth, res same 

Calugre Louis, propr restaurant 1207 Broadway and 1208 
San Pablo ave, res 1259 Clay 

Calvert C C Mrs, res 1213 Twelfth ave 

Calvert Geo W, broommaker Industrial Home for the Adult 
Blind, res same 

Calvert Geo W, machinist, res 1213 Twelfth ave 

Calvert Louis W, clerk and extraman Brooklyn Engine Co 
No 4, res 572 E Fourteenth 

Calvert LydiaT Miss, res 1213 Twelfth ave 

Calvert Mary H, res, 474 E Fourteenth 

Calvert Mattie W Miss, res 1213 Twelfth 

Calvin John, res 2566 Telegraph ave 

Calvyn Emma G Miss, variety store, 1680 Eighth, res same 

Calvyn James M, res 1680 Eighth 

Camacho Manuel, carpenter Jones & Co 

Camara Francisco, laborer, res 1723 Seventh 

Camblos Frank, employe S P Co, res 376 E Eleventh 

Cambra Anacleto, laborer, res 1819 Taylor 

Cambra Manuel, laborer S P Co, res 759 Campbell 

Camden Charles, miner, res 814 Tenth 

Cameron Charles, lather, res Oakland House 

Cameron D R, bookkeeper M J KELLER, res Fair 
mont House 

Cameron Elizabeth Mrs, res 939 Filbert 

Cameron Emma S Mrs, res Playter Block 

Cameron Frances R Miss, res 666 Twentieth 

Cameron Hugh M (Cameron & McDonald) res 663 E Eigh 
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Cameron Margaret J Miss, res 1207 Market 
Cameron Nancy N Mrs, widow, res 1207 Market 
Cameron Peter A (Cameron & McDonald) res 728 Eigh- 
teenth 
Cameron Sarah Mrs, res 666 Twentieth 
Cameron Truman, carpenter, res 1719 Chestnut 
amilloni G (Camilloni & Lagoria) res S F 
•j^ ^ Camilloni & Lagoria (G Camilloni & L Lagoria) fish, City 
J- O Market 

Camotsi Joseph, machinist, res 1366 Fifteenth 
Camozzi Carl, ironer Contra Costa Laundry, res same 
Camp David, fruit peddler, res 313 E Twenty-third 
Camp James M, carriage trimmer Frederick & Arth, res 

1175 E Nineteenth 
Camp Louis, gents' furnishings, res 1315 Tenth 
Camp Max shirt mfr, 477 Seventh, res 1313 Tenth 
Campana D, tinsmith, res 1S64 Atlantic 
ICampani David, laborer, res 1260 Center 

^ Campbell , ci^ar maker, res ">14 Fourth 
CAMPBELL ALEXANDER, oyster depot and 



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21 and 23 City Market, res 1676 Webster 
Campbell Alexander J, foreman Dalziel & Moller, res 815 

Twentieth 
Campbell Alvin L, sash maker California Door Co, res 8 V 
Campbell Anna Mrs, saleslady Bay State Bakery, res 318 

Thirteenth 
Campbell Bert, cook Smith & Co, res 857 Washington 
Campbell C Mrs, dressmaker, res La Clede II<> 
Campbell Charles, laborer Job n Meyer, res Bollis nr Rail- 
road, Emeryville 
mpbell Colin,' atty-at-law, 8 F. res 180 Orcbard 
Campbell C Ward Jr, Btudent, res 1 1 Valley 
Campbell Donald Y, atty-at-law, S F, rea 180 Orchard 
Campbell E Mrs, rea 60 i Fourteenth 
Campbell Edward, laborer, rea 841 Thirtieth 
Campbell Edward, mill hand California Door Co, re- 1 S <>1 ."i^.cft 

Division 
Campbell Edward, carriage blacksmith C E Efampel, rea 

1 II I Broadway 
Campbell Edward, laborer, rea 171 Tweuty-sixth 
CAMPBELL ED H, " Dirigo," NE cor Eleventh 

and Broadway, res 556 Sixteenth 
Campbell Edward M, janitor Duranf School, rea 716 

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1864 Division 
Campbell Frank E, sash maker California Door Co, res S F 
Campbell Fred, painter J W Lindsey & Co 
Campbell Fred A, agt Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 

1607 Broadway 
Campbell Fred M, res 1262 Webster 
Campbell George A, student, res 1120 Twelfth 
Campbell Gordon, broommaker Industrial Home for the 

Adult Blind, res same 
Campbell Grace Miss, teacher, res 1262 Webster 
Campbell -Harry H, clerk State Mining Bureau, S F, res 11 

Valley 
Campbell Helen M, res 1052 Twenty-fifth aye 
Campbell I Mrs, dressmaker, res 921 Fifth 
Campbell James, laborer Oakland Gas Light and Heat 

Co, res 471 Fourth 
Campbell John, laborer, res 467 Twenty-sixth 
Campbell John Alexander, salesman Tubbs & Co, S F, res 

1762 Ninth ave 
Campbell John C, rancher, res 1120 Twelfth 
Cambell John F, ranch owner, res 1120 Twelfth 
Cameron Jeanette Mrs, groceries, res 876 Twenty-first 
Campbell Jessie Miss, res 480 Orchard 
Campbell Jessie Miss, res 1052 Twenty-fifth ave 
Campbell Lou Miss, compositor Pacific Press, ras 708 

Eleventh 
Campbell Lyman C, painter, res 1662 Eighth 
Campbell Lydia H Mrs., teacher Lincoln School, res The 

Arlington 
Campbell Mabel E Miss, student, res 1120 Twelfth 
Campbell Margaret Miss, res 1052 Twenty-fifth ave 
Campbell Marston, civil engineer, res 1262 Webster 
Campbell Mary C Miss, res 11 Valley 
Campbell Martha Mrs, widow, res 1718 Filbert 
Campbell Mary M Miss, teacher Grove Street School, res 

1262 Webster 
Campbell Mary S Mrs, res 1519 Fifth 
Campbell Minnie G Miss, student, res 1120 Twelfth 
Campbell Milton A, California Door Co, res 304 Tenth 
Campbell Neil, teamster E Oakland Brick Yard, res 

Linden 
Campbell Norman E, carpenter, res 732 Linden 
Campbell Roger, laborer, res 841 Thirtieth 
Campbell W Mrs, res 318 Thirteenth 
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Tenth 
Camp Max (Camp & Co) res 1313 Tenth 
Campbell Ward E, paper hanger Armstrong & Merchant, 

res 11 Valley 
Campbell Wm H, clerk State Mining Bureau, res 11 Valley 
Campbell Xeil, res 1052 Twenty-fifth ave 
Campe John, grocer, S F, res 1310 Market 
Campi Natalie, porter Petar A: Drasco, res 313 Sixth 
Camron Amy Miss, res 5:54 Twenty-eighth 
imron Block, s side Fourteenth bet Broadway and Wash- 
ington 
CAMRON WM W, real estate, 405 Ninth, res 534 

Twenty-eighth 
Canal Louise Miss, waitress Kelsey House, res same 
Canaria Henry S, gardener, res 165 E Twentieth 
( Sanavan Edward T, sash maker California Door Co, res 1414 

Peralta 
indid I Mrs. clothing, boots and shoes, 1501 Seventh. 

same 
Cane Alfred,, dentist. S F, res Butler ave. Golden Gate 
infield Ilenrv C, carpenter Pacific Coast Pianino: Mills. 

res 14:;:; Filbert 
Canfield James, fanner, res 1068 Thirty-second 
Oanfield John, gardener, res 1068 Thirty-second 
Canfield Robert, farmer, res 1068 Thirty-second 
Canna Charles, barber, res 1932 Myrtle 
nnan John J, fireman, res 661 Seventh 
iiinan Thomas, laborer S P Co, res shell Mound Station 
Canning Block, W -1 Yore agent, 1115 Broadway 
Canning George, Laborer, res 1354 sixteenth 
Canning .lame-, pes 954 sixteenth 
Canning Walter, laborer, rea 1354 Sixteenth 
Cannon Charles A. student, res 1919 Filbert 
• union ( llaudia 1 M tss, res 1919 Filbert 
tnnon Eron, photographer, S F, rea - Bide Forty-fif h iir 

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Filbert 
Cannon Emma Miss, music teacher, rea L923 Filbert 
Cannon Fred C, clerk, rea 1919 Filberl 

tinon Jennie Miss, dressmaker, rea B64 Washington 
Cannon L Hortense Miss, student Hij : nool, res 1919 

Filbert 
< Sannon Lizzie Mi« . rea s i " Market 

anon Thomas, plumber, 170 Twelfth, rea 810 Market 

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Canopa Augustine, laborer, res 1509 Seventh 

Canopa Florence Miss, tailoress, res 1509 Seventh 

Canopa Rose Miss, tailoress. res 1509 Seventh 

Caritin Augustus S, bookkeeper A W Pattiani & Co, res 

409i Twelfth 
Cantino Carlo, laborer Oakland Paving Co's quarry 
Cantino Sicundo. laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's 

quarry, res same 
Cantua Joseph, horse dealer, res 915 Twenty-first 
Cantua Julian, student, res 915 Twenty-first 
Cantua Theresa Miss, res 915 Twenty-first 
Canty John C, merchant tailor, Vallejo, res 1003 Webster 
Canty John M, driver Fashion Stable, res 1003 Webster 
Canty Lottie Miss, clerk KAHN BROS, res 724 Lin- 
den 
Canty Mary Miss, res 1003 Webster 
Canty Patrick J, blacksmith helper, res 724 Linden 
Canty Wm S, night watchman S P Co, res 1877 William 
Capdevielle P, laundry man, res 1411 Fifteenth 
Cape Ann Bakery, Hugh Hamilton propr, NW cor Eleventh 

and Clay 
Capell Hattie E Miss, student State Normal School, res 

1171 Eighth ave 
Capell Howell P, bookkeeper S F, res 1171 Eighth ave 
CAPELL JAMES R, (Benedict, Capell & Co) res 

1171 Eighth ave 
Capell Mattie A Miss, music teacher, res 1171 Eighth ave 
Capion Lawrence C, laborer, res 151 Hannah 
CAPITAL HOUSE, George T La Fleche proprietor 

foot of Broad wav 
CAPITOL HOTEL, Henry Ruedy proprietor, SW 

cor Eleventh and Franklin 

Carberry Mrs, packer R Franke & Co 

Carberry John P, carriage washer, res 517 Twenty-second 
Carbon Paint Co, James Stratton pres, E L Collins sec, 

works foot of Division, office 411 California. S F 
Card Albert E F, clerk H N Gard & Co, res 1215 Adeline 
Card Clark B, clerk S F, res 1215 Adeline 
Cardoza An tone, laborer S P Co 
Cardozo Manuel, res 915 E Fourteenth 
Cardozo Joseph S, laborer S P Co, res 1706 William 
Cardozo A F, barber, 929 E Fourteenth, res 930 E 

Fourteenth 
Cardozo A V Mrs, dressmaker, res 58 Thirty-fifth 
Care Emma H Mrs, widow, res 270 Seventh 
Carey Mrs, res Home for Aged Women 





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Carey Bridget Miss, cook, res 1077 Eighth 

Carey Bridget Mrs, res 1684 Lincoln 

Carey Bridget Miss, domestic, res 552 Albion 

Carey Frank, paper hanger McGovern <fc Cahill, res 1360 

Thirteenth ave 
Carey John, carpet layer McGovern & Cahill, res 1360 

Thirteenth ave 
Carey Martin, res Winthrop House 
Carey Neil, blacksmith, res 481 Plymouth ave 
Carey Thomas, bricklayer, res 481 Plymouth ave 
Carey Wm, clerk McGovern & Cahill, res 1360 Thirteenth 

ave 
Cario F, laborer Alameda Macadamizing CVs quarry, res 

same 
Carius Frederick F, foreman Grayson, Owen & Co, res Hal- 
let ave, Stock Yards 
Oarkner Wm H, salesman, res 616 Fifteenth 
Carlander Rev S L, pastor Sweedish Methodist Episcopal 

Church, res 1425 Tenth 
Carlen Harry, clerk, res 780 Eighteenth 
Oarlen Henrietta Miss, res 780 Eighteenth 
Carlen John W, bookkeeper, S F, res 780 Eighteenth 
('arlcii Robert, carpenter, res 780 Eighteenth 
Carles John, employe Jute Mill, res 1860 Short 
Oarleton Alonzo B, shoemaker, S F, res 1696 Telegraph ave 

(upstairs) 
Oarleton Geo H, supt fire alarm and police telegraph, res 

217 Tenth 
Oarleton Barry P, dentist, S F. rea L395 Harrison 
CARLETON & CUMMINS, Oakland Wood and 

Coal Co (John A Oarleton and Randolph Cummins) 

L302 Broadway 
CARLETON "JOHN A (Oakland Wood, Coal, Bay 

and Grain Co) L302 Broadway, res L353 Telegraph ave 
Carlin A Aug, solicitor Wheeler A Wilson Manufacturing Co 
Carlin Bernard, broom maker Industrial Home of the Adult 

Blind, res same 
rlin Ellen Mrs, ironer Contra Costa Laundry 

i Geo B, broom maker [n dust rial Borne for the Adult 

Blind, res same 
Carliu Robert, carpenter G A Kirk, rea 780 Eighteenth 
Carlisle Herbert L, printer Pacific Press, rea L36J Peralta 
Carlisle May A, compositor Pacific Press, res L36J Peralta 

I isle M inerva, widow, rea 1 361 Peralta 
Carlow C, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co'a quarry, rea 

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Carlo Tsola, laborer PCR quarry, res same 
Carlo Venncci, laborer P C R quarry, res same 
Carlon James, asst dept mechanic Oakland Board of Edu- 
cation, res 364 Eighth 
Carlon Patrick, employe S P Co, res 811 Chester 
Carlsen Andrew, saloon, 415 Seventh, res same 
Carlsen E Mrs, res Peralta ave 
Carlsen Frederick F, carriage painter L P Schuster, res 

Peralta ave, Fruit Vale 
Carlsen Richard, carriage painter L P Schuster, res Peralta 

ave, Fruit Vale 
Carlson A, carpenter, res 1569 Fifth 

Carlson Albert, coachman S M Babbitt, 120 E Fourteenth 
Carlson Annie M, domestic, 1160 Eighth 
Carlson Bessie, domestic, 949 Myrtle 

Carlson Carrie M Mrs, designer in embroidery, 1155 Wash- 
ington, res same 
Carlson Charles, laborer, res w s Claremont ave nr Miranda 
Carlson Conrad, teamster Barstovv & Babbitt, res 664 

Twenty-fifth 
Carlson Emma W Miss, domestic, res 1311 Harrison 
Carlson Frederika, domestic, 378 E Seventeenth 
Carlson Hedwig Miss, domestic G T Hawley, res Prospect 

Heights 
Carlson Hugh, painter Farwell & Russell, ;es S F 
Carlson Ida Miss, designer in embroidery, 1155 Washington, 

res same 
Carlson Olof, tailor, res 1118 Campbell 
Carlson Oscar R, painter S P Co, res 1651 Linden 
Carlson Peter A, gardener E M Derby, Fruit Vale, res 1322 

E Eleventh 
Carlson Thomas, res 1155 Washington 
Carlsten Andrew, carpenter, res 578 Fifteenth 
(Jarlton A, carpenter, res 1569 Fifth 
Carlton Charles, hackman, res 673 Seventh 
Carlton Gertrude H Miss, res 716 Nineteenth 
Carlton Henry P, clerk Chronicle office, S F, res 716 Nine- 
teenth 
Carlton Philip S, clerk Pacific Rolling Mills, S F, res 716 

Nineteenth 
Carman A Sherman, lumber, Port Costa, Cal, res 947 

Linden 
Carman F V, foreman carpenter S P Co, res 948 Pine 
Carman Mary Mrs, res 1555 Third 

Car many Cyrus W, cashier Savings and Loan Society, res 
Thirteenth ave nr Lvnn 



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HI Carmen Island Salt, office foot of Webster 

Z Carmien C W, res 524 Sixteenth 

Carmichael Catherine Mrs, grocer, 1415 San Pablo ave, res 

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Carmichael Wichelmina Miss, res 1415 San Pablo ave 
Carmine Gatto, barber C C Busse 

Oarneal ThomasD, pres Downey B I P Factory, res 720 Four- 
teenth 
Carney John, res Winthrop House 
Carney Joseph S, house painter, res Franklin Hotel 
Caro C G, painter, plasterer and decorator, 527 Eighth, res 

same 
Carolan Annie, domestic, 1051 Poplar 

Carothers John T, baggage master S P Co, res 1622 Eighth 
Carpenter Alice Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Carpenter Alice M Miss, res 864 Isabella 
Carpenter Alonzo, carpenter \Y H Weilbye 
Carpenter Annie L Miss, res 864 Isabella 
Carpenter Chas, compositor Morning Times, and extraman 

H and L Xo 1, F D, res 308 Fifth 
Carpenter Cephas J, carpenter, res 10S0 E Twenty-second 
I Carpenter D A, res Galindo Hotel 
Carpenter Dver A, bookkeeper Union Metalic Cartridge Co, 

s F, res 1014 Twenty-first 
Carpenter I)<-\ter S, cashier, S F, res ( .»11 Adeline 
trpenter Edmund P, propr Lake Merritt Boat House, Lake 
Merritt, E Twelfth, re- same 
Carpenter E \\\ brass finisher, res 864 Isabella 

rpenter Florence Mi--. Laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
rpenter Florence Miss, re- 864 Isabella 
rpenter Fred H, carriage trimmer, 111 Thirteenth, res 
1 1 if. Washington 
Carpenter 11 E (W II Carpenter & Sons) res S V 
i trpenter Hugh, lineman Sunset Telephone ami Telegraph 
Fifth 
arpenter John K, contractor, N\V cor Thirteenth and 
Franklin, res L62 Fifth 
rpenter Lewis, broom mfr, res 465 Twenty-first 
Carpenter Milton \V. res 165 Twe nty-first 
CARPENTER OLIVER, Dentist, L169 Broad- 

way, room •"•. rea < l 1 Fourteent h 
( larpenter Thoa I W II Carpenter & Sons) rea S F 
Carpenter W 1 1 A Sona (W Ik II E and T) yeterinery Bur- 

>ns, 226 Eighth 
Carpenter W II (W II CarpenterA Sons) rea S F 



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Carr B J, watchman and stationary engineer S P Co, res 

1005 Seventh 
Carr Colin M, carpenter, res 811 Twenty-second 
Carr Emma, domestic, 1262 Market 
Carr George, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res s s 

Crawford nr San Pablo ave, Golden Gate 
Carr John M, dairyman, res Prescott nr Liese ave 
Carr Joseph, driver Peoples' Express, res Wilcox Block 
Carr Lawrence, res 226 Ninth 

Carr Levi, carpenter, S F, res MeKee nr Adeline Station 
Carr Levi P, atty-at-law, 906 Broadway, res 624 Eighteenth 
Carr Mary Miss, res 226 Ninth 
Carr Sheridan L, res McKee nr Adeline Station 
Carr T M, bookkeeper H H Seaton, res Alta House 
Carr Wm L, bricklayer, res 1020 Twenty-fourth 
Carrieu Joseph, blacksmith S Williams, res cor Sixth and 

Market 
Carrel George F, mill hand California Door Co, res 1684 

William 
Carrere Peter, laundryman French Laundry, res 1515 San 

Pablo ave 
Carresso P, second-hand store tad saloon, e s Claremont ave 

nr Summer, res same 
Carrick David S, capitalist,- res 602 E Fifteenth 
Carrick Fred, salesman, S F, res 524 Simpson ave 
Carrick Katie M Miss, rss 602 E Fifteenth 
Carrington Carroll, res 1409 Seventeenth 
Carrington John B, traveling salesman, S F, res 1409 Sev- 
enteenth 
Carrol John, nurs^, res 1735 Adeline 
Carroll A J Miss, seamstress, res 1729 Myrtle 
Carroll Charles C, painter S P Co, res La Clede House 
Carroll Florence Miss, res 857 Twentieth 
Carroll Frank T, res 1002 Chester \ 

Carroll Geo, carpenter W T Veitch, res 857 Twentieth 
Carroll Geo S, plumber, res 857 Twentieth 
Carroll Hattie Miss, dressmaker, res 1362 Brush 
Carroll John, laborer, res 1735 Adeline 
Carroll Julia Miss, res 802 Franklin 
Carroll James H, peddler, res 1862^ Seventh (rear) 
Carroll John M, stenographer Wm J Dingee, res 1317 Tenth 
Carroll Kate, res 359 B 

Carroll M, stone cutter F E Knowles & Co, res S F 
Carroll Margaret Mrs, groceries, 359 B, res same 
Carroll Margaret W Mrs, res 564 Thirty-ninth 
Carroll Martin, capitalist, res 2452 Grove 




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Carroll Mary, domestic, 951 Myrtle 

Carroll Michael, foreman V L Fortin, res 802 Franklin 

Carroll Michael J, machinist, res Golden Gate 

Carroll Oliver, employe Planing Mill, Sixth, res 1112 Eleventh 

ave 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, res 1024 Fifth 
Carroll Patrick W, laborer, res 2022 Adeline 
Carroll Paul T, clerk C Isaacs, res 2022 Adeline 
Carroll Peter J, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Golden Gate 
CARROLL ROBERT, foreman Dexter Stables, 

NE cor Twelfth and Harrison, res cor E Twentieth and 

Fourth ave 
Carroll Robert N, engineer San Lorenzo, res 513 E Twelfth 
Carroll Thomas, res 1729 Myrtle 
Carroll Thomas, tinner Sam Taylor, res Grand Western 

Hotel 
Carroll Thomas D, athletic instructor, res cor Fruit Vale ave 

and E Twenty-seventh 
Carroll Wesley Mrs, res cor Fruit Vale ave and E Twenty- 
seventh 
Carroll William F, salloon, e s Telegraph ave nr Columbus 

ave res same 
CARRUTH & CARRUTH (George R and Chaa 

W) book and job printers, 520 Fifteenth 
Carruth Charles W (Carruth & Carruth) res 1914 Thirteenth 

ave 
Carruth Geo R (Carruth & Carruth) res 1807 West 
Car rushers Mary Mrs, widow, res 1156 Union 
Carson Charles, boiler maker S P Co, res 1824 William 
Carson Prank, plasterer, res 617 Fifteenth 
Carson L \\\ employe S P Co, S F, res 630 Sixteenth 
Carson Theodore, laborer, res 329 Fifth 
Carson Win, fireman steamer Oakland, res 329 Fifth 
Carter Albert, employee Pacific [ron and Nail Co, res 751 

( Jastro 

Carter Annette Mi — , re- 751 Castro 

Cartee Prank, employee Pacific Iron and Nail (\>. res 751 

Castro 
Cartee Lewi-, teamster R N Getchell, res 751 Castro 
Cartee May Mi — , employee California Hosiery Mills, res 751 

Cast] 
t lartee W H, carpenter, res 761 Castro 
( larter Annie Mrs, res 936 Pine 
Carter Albert A, collector, 1 L56 Broadway, res same 



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Carter Alfred T, bakery and varieties, 1313 Telegraph ave, 

res same 
Carter Benjamin, marble carver, res 1423 Linden 
Carter B Mrs, widow, res 1423 Linden 
Carter C Mrs, res 807 Castro 
Carter Geo, engineer Burnham-Standeford Co, res 1509 

Fifth 
Carter George A, mining engineer, res 569 Fifteenth 
Carter George B, res 540 Charter 

Carter George D, janitor Tompkins School, res 733 Linden 
Carter Hiel K, merchant, S F, res Henry House 
Carter Horace V, salesman Lesser Bros, res 1313 Telegraph 

ave 
Carter James, sash maker California Door Co, res 935 Pine 
Carter John T, car driver Fourteenth Street Railway Co, 

res 1408 Sixteenth 
Carter Jessie Miss, res 1219 Broadway 
Carter J W, piano mover, res 668 Fifth 
Carter L Mrs, res 1213 Twelfth ave 
Carter Leroy T, clerk, S F, res Henry House 
Carter Luna Miss, Decota School, res 733 Linden 
Carter Maggie Miss, res 1423 Linden 

Carter May, employe California Hosiery Co, res 751 Castro 
Carter Nicholas, door maker California Door Co, res 935 

Pine 
Carter Naretta A Miss, teacher Tompkins School, res 733 

Linden 
Carter Roscoe L Mrs, res 671 Twenty-fifth 
Carter Samuel, bricklayer, res 1423 Linden 
Carter S M Mrs, res 733 Linden 
Carter T A Miss, dressmaker, res 733 Linden 
Carter Walter, bricklayer, res 1423 Linden 
Carter Walter R, salesman W H Nolan & Co, res 1313 Tele- 
graph ave 
Carter Wm, marble carver, res 1423 Linden 
Carter William, porter, res 807 Castro 
Carteron Edward, jeweler W G Ellis, res 620 Fifth 
C ARTIER FRANK, livery stable and express, 613 

Broadway, res 609 Broadway 
Cartwright Alfred D, res 771 Fourteenth 
Carvell Theodore F, res 1279 Fifth 
Carver Louis M, upholsterer, res 214 Eighth 
Carver Louisa M Mrs, dressmaker, res 214 Eighth 
Gary Arvilla Mrs, widow, res 916 Eighth 
Cary Benjamin F, carriage painter, res 1863 Seventh 



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Cary Clarence A. photographer, SE cor Seventh and W 

' res 860 Milton 
Cary Frank M, bartender. B58 Harrison 
Cary (; . agt California Nursery Co, 954 Broadway, room 12 
Cary George B, grainer, res 166 Sixtli 
Cary Hannah Mrs, widow, res, 875 Washington 
Cary J, employe S P Co, res 127o San Pablo ave 
Cary J M, physician and surgeon, res 767 Fourteenth 
Cary Thomas, teamster, res 2025 West 
Casauring Frank, dairyman, res Vernon ave 
Casavant Alphonse, carpenter, res 365 Second 
Casazza John, laborer, res n s Linden bet Broadway and 

Telegraph ave 
Casazza Nick, laborer, res n s Forty-second bet Telegraph 

ave and Grove 
Casazza Vincenzo, bootblack, SW cor Ninth and Broadway, 

res cor Brush and Fourth 
Case Alfred J, printer Tribune, res 364 Second 
Case Alfred S F, solicitor, res 364 Second 
Case Clara Mrs, matron Home for Aged Women, res same 
Case Franklin W, engineer wiper S P Co, res 327 Eleventh 
Case [sham, ticket clerk Alameda Mole, res 327 Eleventh 
Case James R, brakeman S P Co, res 327 Eleventh 
Case J C, gardener, res 1206 Fourteenth 
Casey John J, plumber, 771 E Twelfth, res 827 Wood 
Case Lillie Miss, stenograper and typewriter, res 1641 San 

Pablo ave 
Case Rosa Mrs, res L206 Fourteenth 
Case Sarah L Miss, res 327 Eleventh 
Caselli Augustino, groceries, 229 Fifth, res same 
Casey Annie Mrs, res 2306 San Pablo ave 

ey Harry, carriage painter Oakland Carriage Co, res 

Ran die t1 House 
Casey [reue Miss, dressmaker, pes 826 Jefferson 

jey Jeremiah, harness maker, S F, res 844 Madison 
Casey John, horseshoer Michael Casey, res L808 Grove 
1 lase John A. carpenter, res 720 Third 
Casey Joseph A, clerk, S F. pea East Oakland Hotel 
CASEY MICHAEL, borae aboer and farrier. -lis 

Seventh, pea l s,,s ( Irbve 
Casey Michael, laborer, pea 990 Thirty-sixth 
Case} Patrick, laborer S P Co, res shell Mound station 
■ v Patrick, waiter Maison Doree Restaurant, pea Areata 
I [ouse 
< lagej Rose L Miss, r< 314 Thirteenth 

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Casey Theresa Miss, student, res 990 Thirty-sixth 
gf $ Casey Thomas, harness maker, res 1115 Third 
3 § Cashin Catharine Mrs, widow, res 1327 Campbell 
§j q Cashin Josie Miss, clerk KAHN BROS, res 418 B 
Cashin W G, special police officer, res 418 B 
Cashin's Hall, 420 B 
Cashmore Samuel B, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 

1093 Third 
Caslilli G, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, res 

same 
Cason Charles, lather, res s s Sumner nr Adeline 
Casovia P, propr Post Office Restaurant, res 1790 Seventh 
Casovia T, night cook Post Office Restaurant, res 1790 Sev- 
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Cassell Frank, carpenter, res Golden Gate 

Casserly Peter, laborer, res 276 Fifth 

Cassidy Ellen Mrs, saloon Golden Gate, res same 

Cassidy Frank, laborer, res 1710 Atlantic 

Cassidy William J, route agt Alta and Post, res 223 Tenth 

Cassin John, Bay View Saloon, SE cor First and Telegraph 
aves, res same 

Castellanos Salvador, watchmaker, 1263 San Pablo ave, res 
1379 Broadway 

Castro Aggie C Miss, dressmaker, res 551 Thirty-ninth 

Castro Beatrice, dressmaker, res 634 Chestnut 

Castro Bonita N Miss, dressmaker, res 551 Thirty-ninth 

Castro Christina Miss, hairdresser Miss Martin, res 551 
Thirty-ninth 

Castro Daniel, clerk Geo Davis Broadway, res 551 Thirty- 
ninth 

Castro Frank, res 1846 Grove 

Castro Joseph R, farmer, res 551 Thirty-ninth 

Castro Maggie Miss, eandy maker S E Brookes, res 551 
Thirty-ninth 

Caswell Chas A, carpenter J S White, res 768 Lydia 

Caswell Chas F, res 1833 Linden 

Caswell Mabel Miss, res 768 Lydia 

Cate Fred T, carpenter, res 941 Willow 

Cates Mary J Mrs, widow, res 1354 Webster 

Cathcart Alfred B, bookkeeper, S F, res Golden Gate 

Caton H Miss, dressmaker, res 361 Tenth 

Cator Geo, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 211 Louisa 



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Louisa 
Cator Nora Mrs, res 211 Louisa 
Cator Zacharia T, laborer, res 211 Louisa 
Cattell Joseph E, dairy, res 317 E Ninth 
Catton Frederick R (Catton, Bell & Co, S F,) res 1056 Pop- 
lar 
Catton Walter D, commission merehant, S F, res 1052 

Poplar . 
Caughell R N, blacksmith Jas Galvin, res 1067 Thirteenth 

ave 
Oauldwell Maria A, nurse, res 722 Filbert 
Caulfield Alvan B, salesman, S F, res 445 Myrtle 
Cavagnaro Antonio (T J Cavagnaro & Son) res 714 Myrtle 
Cavagnaro Thomas J (T J Cavagnaro & Son) res 714 Myr- 
tle 
Cavagnaro T J & Son, (Thos J and Antonio) bootblack stand, 

S E cor Eighth and Broadway 
Cavallero A, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, 

res same 
Cavalry Hall, Chas E Gillett custodian, 1064 Washington 
Cavanagh Edward, sewer contractor, res 1164 Twelfth 
Cavanagh cV: Ford (Mrs Kate Cavanagh and Miss Carrie M 

Ford) ice cream and candies, 968 Washington 
Cavanagh James T, teamster, res 1164 Twelfth 
Cavanagh Kate Mrs (Cavanagh & Ford) res 1166 Twelfth 
Cavanagh Martin, laborer, res 690 Twenty-seventh 
Cavanagh Maggie Miss, domestic, res L397 Alice 
Cavanagh Mary E Miss, res 1164 Twelfth 
Cavanagh Win .1. clerk, res 1164 Twelfth 
Cavanagh Daniel, prop Railroad House, 2901 Telegraph 

ave. res same 
Cavanaugh John, teamster, res 2901 Telegraph ave 
Cavanaugfa Patrick, glazier California Door Co, res cor San 

Pablo ave and Thirty-sixt h 

Cavanaugh Margaret Mrs, res cor San Pablo ave ami Thir- 
ty-sixth 
so [sador, res 1 205 \\ < 
Cavasso [sadore L, salesman Whittier, Puller A I - 722 

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Cavasso Rene J, res s *_' I Eighteenth 

\ exander R. salesman, res I7'_'<> Thirteenth 
< Saverly ( >rin E, driver ( Jolbj I Line, pea 520 E 

Eleventh 

Br A R, ( ng : : pes 1 726 Thirteenth 

v iero Jos< ph, g p" 925 Third, res same 

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Cebre Kate Mrs, res 957 Campbell 

Cecchettini F (Crespino & Co) res e side Telegraph ave nr 

Vernon 
Cediey Francis J, elerk, S F, res Ninth nr Powell, Golden 

Gate 
Ceideman Louis, tailor S Schwartz, res 479 Ninth 
Cempana P, laborer, res rear 925 Third 
CENTENNIAL (The) Mrs P A Blair proprietor, 

524 Fourteenth 

CENTENNIAL (THE) COPYING BOOK 

AND INK, Wm T Gibbs agent, 459 Ninth 
Centennial M E Church, Campbell nr Taylor 
Centennial M E Church, cor Seventh ave and E Fourteenth 
Centennial Presbyterian Church, Rev Robert Dickson, 

DD, pastor, cor Twenty-fourth ave and E Sixteenth 

CENTER JUNCTION CASH GROCERY 

STORE, Wm Walsh proprietor, 1319 Center and 

1320 Peralta 
Center Moses S, employe Sash and Blind Factory, res 1818 

Atlantic 
Central Avenue Livery Stable, James Taylor propr, 567 E 

Twelfth 
Central Block, 1068 Broadway 
CENTRAL BLOCK HOUSE, Mrs M P Farrar 

proprietor, 1068 Broadwav 

CENTRAL CARRIAGE WORKS, J E John- 

ston proprietor, 266 Twelfth 

CENTRAL FREE READING ROOM, i: 

Robinson curator, Oakland Free Librae Building, 
cor Fourteenth and Washington 
CENTRAL HOTEL, Jose Medeircs proprietor, 
1723-1725 Seventh 

CENTRAL HOTEL SALOON, Jose Medeiros 
proprietor, 1725 Seventh 

Central Lumber Yard, James Dallas propr, NE cor Webster 
and Fifth, telephone 388 

Central Market, Henry Jund propr, cor Shattuck and Tele- 
graph aves 

CENTRAL PHARMACY, B W Dows manager, 
junction San Pablo ave and Broadway 

CENTRAL SUPPLY COMPANY, commis- 

sion merchants and wholesale grocers, George L Miller 
manager, SE cor Twelfth and Washington 
Cerber Theresa Miss, domestic, res 323 Durant 
Cereghino Andrea, bootblack P Fortunato. res 658 Myrtle 
Cereghino Luigi, res 101 5 Third 



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Cereghino Martino, bootblack, res Xewland House 

Cereseto Louis, gardener, res 1729 Fourteenth 

Cerini Johu, mariner, res 1803 Market 

Cerini Florence Miss, res 1803 Market 

Cerini Frank, student, res 1803 Market 

Cerrv John A, laborer E Bishop, res 816 Linden 

Chabot A Mrs, res 104 E Fifteenth 

Chabot Helen H Miss, res 104 E Fifteenth 

Chabot Observatory, Chas Burckhalter astronomer in 
charge, J W McClymonds director, Lafayette Park 

Chabot Remi, capitalist, res SE cor Madison and Eleventh 

Chadbourne C F, commercial broker, res Galindo Hotel 

Chadbourno M E Mrs, res 543 Albion 

Chadbourne Richard, clerk California Bridge Co, S F, res 
. 543 Albion 

Chaffee Frank, res 1145 Twentv-third ave 

Chaffee P M (Austin & Chaffee) res 1145 Twenty-third ave 

Chaguet Gregoire, Oakland French Laundry, res 960 
Twenty-ninth 

Chaims Elius, plumber Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, 
res 218 Fifth 

Challier F, musician, res 2209 Market 

Challier Joseph, distiller, res 1314 Thirty-sixth 

Challier M Mrs, music teacher, res 2204 Market 

Chalmers , insurance agt, S F, res Kelsey Hous 

Chalmers Hugh N, groceries and Fruit, 1661 Eighth, res 
9am e 

Chalmers James, carpenter, res L564 Chestnut 

Chalmers Win, carpenter, res 1-1">1 Linden 

Chaloner Richard, plumber, res w s Hover nr Mariposa ave 

Chamberlain Belle X Miss, music teacher, res 219 E Six- 
teenth 

Chamberlain Charles EI, capitalist, res L402 Franklin 

Chamberlain Charles S, res cor San Pablo ave and Forty- 
fifth 

Chamberlain Edwin \\\ architect and builder, res S 17 
Center 

Chamberlain Elizabeth A Miss, res cor San Pablo ave and 
Forty-fifth 

Chamberlain I<la W Miss, res cor San Pablo ave and Forty- 
fifth 

Chamberlain Lee Mrs, res 277 Eighth 

Chamberlain Mary Mrs, res L152 Franklin 

Chamberlain N D, manager Coal Consumers' Association, 
• Broadway, r< 3 219 E Sixteenth 

Chamberlain N Hoyte, student, 8 F, res L048 Peralta 

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§5 Chamberlain Silas, carpenter Pioneer Planing MiL- 
>i Adeline 

D - Chamberlain William E. bookkeeper, res 1601 Twelfth 
g •j? Chamberlain William H, groceries, XW eor Seventh and 
P O Campbell, res 1048 Peralta 

£ .- Chamberlin P V. sexton First Methodist Church., i • - 
H ^ Seventeenth 

H ^ Chamberlin Willis P. clerk S P Co, S F. res 574 Seven- 
fa . teenth 

•g © Chambers Francis T. plumber Oakland Gas Co. n - 
2 & r irst 

G* 5q Chamber- Col F Mrs, res 876 Wood 
£ ^ Chambers Fred W, tinner Owen C Kirk 
u E Chambers J C. laborer, res First bet Harrison and Wei - 
K £ Chambers John, broommaker Industrial Home for the 
** Adult Blind, res same 

« § Chambers Samuel A, teacher High School, re- 658 Eighth 
| C Chamber- T. butcher H F Gieschen. res 302 First H g> 

*2 g Chambers Wm D, res 302 First — S~- 

* Champagne Alphonse, snpt Oakland French Laundry, res 5. 
| g 960 Twenty-ninth - g 

= ^ Champion A D A Mrs, res 1112 Alice 1 g 

i Champion Albert C. traveling sale-man M J KELLEK. ^ «3 

J re~ 5 " E Fifteenth '"g ^ 

£ Champion Augustas, clerk F Senram a: Co. res 1573 Broa - = S^ 
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£ Champioi tta J. clerk J Letter, res 1573 Broadway ^ 

Champion J< student, res Fruit Vale 

2J hampion Josiah, lumber merchant, res Fruit Vale ave 

Champion Lena A. student Dupue A Aydel M 's Business 
.lege, res Fruit Vale ave 

Champion Louis F. student, res 565 E Fifteenth 
, CHAMPION EEGINIA MISS, millinery, 

» .-.;_• n. res 1112 Alice nr Twelfth 

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*■ Champlin J L (J L Champlin cV Co) res The Arlington co 

* Champlin J L & Co (J L Champlin. H T Webs ] o 

b *s George Schulz) boots and shoes. SW cor Fourteenth rf, >-^ 

Q5 *■ and Broadway | ^ 

W S Champlin Samuel A. res SW cor Curtis and Twenty-second £* ~ 

gQ ^ Champney Fred, carpenter. 56 Twenty-fifth " pa 

Champney G E*e H. carpenfc J6 Twenty-fifth 2. g* 

Champney Jessie M Miss a 1219 Webster 

Champreux Alfred, brass moulder. S F. res 3 Pine 

Champreu: ave. foreman W T Garratt & S F, - 3 

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CHANDLER CHARLES A, manager Singer 
Manufacturing Co, 1151 Washington, res 1923 Filbert 
Chandler Charles S, paper hanger, res 1923 Filbert 
Chandler Joseph F, principal Franklin School, res 977 

Seventh ave 
('handler Robert F, cook, S F, res 972 Thirty-sixth 
Chanuell John W, farmer, res 754 Sixteenth 
Ohannell Sewell P, res 1350 Madison 
Chanteloup Jacques (Lemer & Chanteloup) res 1515 San 

Pablo ave 
Chanterean Etienne, barber and baths, 465 Sixth, res 816 

Washington 
Chapey Celestin, saloon Railroad ave cor Twelfth, Golden 

G ate 
Chapin John A, conductor S P Co, res 582 E Twelfth 
Chaplain Rosy Mrs, laundry, 230 Twelfth, res same 
Chaplain John, laundry man Mine Chaplain, res 230 Twelfth 
Chaplin George M, baker, res 817 Market 
Chaplin Moses, expressman Chester and Seventh, res 1666 

Sixteenth 
Chapman Albert P, res 461 Temescal ave 
Chapman Annie Miss, res 1055 Twelfth ave 
Chapman Bertha L Miss, student, res 120 E Fourteenth 
Chapman Burt, clerk C O Huber, res 854+ Broadway 
Chapman Clara M Miss, student, res 826 Sixteenth 
Chapman Cynthia Mrs, widow, res 534 Eighteenth 
Chapman Dell Miss, student, res 12CA Twelfth ave 
Chapman E B (J F Chapman & Co, S F) res 1021 Ninth ave 
lhapman Edgar C, atty-at-law, rooms 15 and L6, 906 Broad- 
way, res 534 Eighteenth 
lhapman Edwin A, treaa Pacific Press Publishing rea 

L501 West 
lhapman Elliott C, job printer Pacific Preas,rea 1501 W 
lhapman E S K»'\ I) D, pastor Brooklyn Presbyterian 

Church, res rv.i Twelfth a 
lhapman Florence Mi — , rea L453 Grove 
lhapman Ceo, paper hanger Al Wood, rea S 'J ,; Sixteenth 
lhapman 1 [all, 53 1 Eighteen! h 
lhapman Harriet I. Miss, rea L021 Ninth ave 
lhapman Harry, jeweler, rea w - Dover bet Benton and 

Maripi 
lhapman Harry, student, res 821 Fourteenth 
lhapman Harry I', paper hanger Ai Wood & Bro, res 826 

Sixteen I h 
Chapman Henry L, quarryman, rea N\V cor Temescal and 
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•Jl Chapman Isaac F, student, res 1021 Ninth ave pj 

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" Chapman L C, stonemason, res 315 Second 



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" S Chapman M C, attv-at-law, rooms 15 and 16, 906 Broadway, §? K 
« J>j res 587 Twenty-first £ 2 

^ J | Chapman Robert, paper hanger Al Wood & Bro, res 826 g H 

Sixteenth S " 

Chapman Robert C, saloon, res 860 Harrison ~ ^ 

Chapman R J, clerk J F Chapman & Co, S F, res 1021 4 m 

Ninth ave 
Chapman S A Mrs, res 826 Sixteenth 
Chapman Sylvia Miss, res 1264 Twelfth ave 
Chapman Susan Mrs, widow, res 1453 Grove 
Chapman Truman F, mining, Kingston, New Mexico, res 

120 E Fourteenth 
Chapman Wm H, contractor, res 534 Eighteenth 
Chapman W W Mrs, res 1003 Clay 

Chappell John E, laundry machinery, S F, res 220 Eleventh 
Chappellet F, res 1555 Teledraph ave 
Chappellet Emelie Miss, res 1555 Telegraph ave 
Chappellet Sophie Miss, res 1555 Telegraph ave 
Chard Charles, candy maker, 783 Twelfth, res same 
Chard William Henry, gardener, res 783 Twelfth 
Chare Alfred, laborer, res 562 Second 
Chare Charles A, employe Oakland Hosiery Co, res 562 

Second 
Charlebois H, bookkeeper, S F, res 1579 Broadway 
Charles Betsy Mrs, res 568 Caledonia ave 
Charles Edwin W (Jones & Charles) res 1513 Telegraph ave 
Charleton G W, fireman S P Co, res West Berkeley 
Charlston John Capt, master mariner, res 1209 E Fifteenth 
Charlton Ella Mrs, res 618 E Sixteenth 
Charlton Lucy T Mrs, res 618 E Sixteenth 
Charroux Arthur, mill hand Eagle Pianino; Mill, res 704 

Webster 
Cnarter Oak Hotel, J C Brown propr, res same, 1763 

Seventh 
§" CHAETRAND L E, solicitor Anglo-Nevada As- 
g& surance Corporation and member Board of Education, 

res 365 Second 
Chartrand Louis, propr St Louis House and Saloon, 562 

and 564 Franklin, res 375 Second 



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Chase Ada Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Chase Alfred, employe California Hosiery Co, res 502 

Second 
Chase Charles B, clerk, S F, res 907 Wood 
Chase Cyrus H, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co, res 

East Oakland Hotel 
Chase Edward C, clerk, S F, res 913 Wood 
Chase Edward J, patrolman, res NW cor Eighth and AVood 
Chase Edward L, res 1754 Division 
Chase Frank, laborer, res 826 E Twelfth 
Chase George, deputy county treas, res 202 E Ninth 
Chase Geo, carpenter Jones & Co 
Chase Geo M, student, res 202 E Ninth 
Chase II W, lumber merchant, S F, 1157 Alice 
Chase John H, capitalist, res Fruit Vale ave 
Chase Joseph W, clerk U S Customs, S F, res 826 Fifteenth 
Chase Mellie Miss, student, res 202 E Ninth 
Chase Moses, res 202 E Ninth 
Chase Quincy A (Kohler & Chase) res Broadway nr Moss 

ave 
Chase Rebecca, res Vernal ave, Piedmont 
Chase S C, res 548 Twentieth 
Chase Susan Miss, res Vernal ave, Piedmont 
Chatani E, res Weber Hotel 

Chatfield Cornelia Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Chatfield James M, laborer, res 724 Chester 
Chatfield May Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Chauche Adrian G, wholesale liquors, S F, res 855 Alice 
Cheadle Win C, brakeman S P Co, res 804 Willow 
cheat- M E Mrs, res 906 Broadway 
Cheasbro Sherman II, res 1417 Grove 
Chedwick A M, teacher, res 504 Thirteenth 
Cheever M R, lumber mfr, Idaho, res 14<>I Seventh ave 
Cheney Merrick L, res L252 Pranklin 
Cheney Oliver, teamster, res 842 Seventeenth 
Chenoweth E Miss, res 1455 Broadway 
Cherry Miss, res 756 Seventh 

< Iherry I >aniel W. Btock raiser, res High 

< Jherry John, res 667 Twenty-sixth 

( Ihesebrough Henry < \ bookkeeper, S F. res 1 1 L9 Third ave 
( Ihesley Wm E, merchant, res 1 KM Adeline 
Chesnut James G, teacher, res Oakland ave, Vernon Heights 
Chesnut J Augustus, student CJniversity of California, res 

1652 Webster 
Chesnut John A. carpenter, res L652 Webster 

< 'hesnul Mai \ E Mi . res I 652 Webster 

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1652 Webster 
Z J Chester Mrs, res 854-^- Broadway 
~ o3 Chester Chas, carpenter, res 811 Adeline 

^ Chester Frederick, salesman City of Paris, S F, res 1420 
fc r Eighth 

*" I Chester House, 1506i Seventh ^^ 

© C/5 Chester Street M E Church, Rev J H Wythe Jr pastor, cor DO 
§ +s\ Chester and Ninth *^ 

I l\ CHETWOOD HOB ART REV, D D, rector St 

Paul's Church, res Hotel Merritt 
W Chetwood John, atty-at-law, S F, res Hotel Merritt 

Cheyrias Seraphine, cook Barnuin Restaurant, res 915 

Webster 
Chiara G B, laborer, res 720 Myrtle 
W 0| Chicago Clock Co, J E Straus mgr, 1158 Seventh 

• -g| Chick Florence Miss, stenographer, res 726 Eleventh 

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Chickering Wm H, atty-at-law, S F, res 970 Sixteenth 
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CHIEF OF POLICE, J W Tompkins, City Hall 
Chieftian Stables, NW cor Ninth and West 
Childes Elmer, draughtsman Chas Mau, res 518 Eighth 

Children's Home, located on s s Linden bet Broadway and k 

Telegraph ave (adjoining Home for Aged Women) Mrs =o 

I Perkins matron ^ ^ 

Childs A F, physician, 580 E Twelfth, res same 5 ,_ 

Childs D S Mrs, res 1410 Kirkham ^ j< 

| Childs Elmer, architect, res 912 Clay ^ P 

Childs Helen Mrs, widow, res 1003 Twenty-second ? o 

Childs H O, res 1061 Grove <. 2 

Childs Capt James W, res 727 Fourth < £. 

I Childs Jane Mrs, res 1061 Grove ^ ^ 

H « Childs Mercy C Miss, res 727 Fourth > p 

GO ^ Childs Mildred Miss, res 814 Seventeenth : 3 

H *J Childs Nellv Miss, res 727 Fourth O & 

PQ Childs Nettie Miss, res 727 Fourth g, ^O 

.Childs Captain Walter, res 727 Fourth j- £ 

9 | Childs Wm A, real estate 463 Ninth, res 467 Twenty-sixth § T5 

H Childs W W, supt Remillard Brick Co. also dairyman. Red- ^"g^ 

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^ | Chilton Arthur, laborer, 1123 E Twent y-fifth ^ 

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Chinese Presbyterian Church and Christian Association, 

H Q i Thirteenth *P 

2 z Chinn Harry, clerk Wells, Fargo & Co, S F, res 1305 Julia *f 

£2 ^ Chin nook Clara, compositor Pacific Press, res 718 Eleventh Q 

y Chinnook Julia, compositor Pacific Press, res 718 Eleventh ^* 

zp ^ chinnook Mattie M Miss, dressmaker, res 718 Eleventh ||g 

r^ q Chisholm Alexander, ship carpenter, S F, res 1028 Twelfth fj|§ 

Chisholm Colin E, pressman S F Alta, res 1940 Poplar »=-■ 

CO Chisholm John R, workman, res 1940 Poplar @* 
~: Chisholm Robert B, capitalist, res 520 Sixteenth 

£0 Chisholm Robert B Jr, (Sackrider & Chisholm), res 520 Six- |^ 
— : teenth 

Chisholm William, pressman S F Alta, res 1940 Poplar 
Chittenden Fanny Mrs, teacher Depue Business College, 

rea 658 Eighth 
Chittenden Nattie P Miss, teacher Shorthand and Type- 
writing Depue & A vdelotte's Business College, res 658 I 
Eighth ft 
Chittenden William A, real estate, res 1376 Webster ^*" 
Chittenden Win K, cleaner S P Co, res 858 Cedar gj 
Chitty Timothy, cook Long Wharf Rest, res same ca 
Chivivc .JuM'ph I), laborer, res L 508 Third *_I 
Chloupek Amos, moulder City Brass Works, cor Second and g~». 
Broadway o 
Chloupek Louisa Mrs, s 71 Lydia J5S 
Chloupek Vincent (Hersey & Chloupek) and engineer En- ^^ 

\ _'. O F D, res 473 Fourth g 

Chrisman Wm C, engineer S P Co, res 1<>04 Broadway ^ 

Chrisman Wm, collector The Morning Times O 

Chrissinger Philip B, furniture and baggage express, S W ~ ^ 

cor Broadway and Thirteenth, rea 1112 Eleventh ave £1 2 

Christ William, clerk Wm A 1 & Co, rea 229 Eighth ^ o 

CHRISTEN WILLIAM, real estate, house and '£ g 

insurance at, L 759 Seventh, res same ^ 

Christensen Andrew, coachman W A Aldrich, rea Vernal 3 

Piedmont 
< Ihristian Brothers of St Patrick's Church, 1626 Seward 

CI ii Church, Rev George W Sweeney pa-tor. s E cor £f 

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CI ll cement sidewalk layer, rea U6 Seventh ^ (S 

hii B, teamster, res 156 Tw < nt iet h * p 

CHRISTIAN UNION THE WESTERN) | ~ 

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CI ii < Charles, laborer, rea 1 2 I Eddie ^ 

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Christiansen Chris, laborer, res w s Telegraph ave nr 

Thirtv-ninth 
Christiansen L P, mfr parlor brackets, 1503 Broadway, res 

same 
Christiansen Niels, bookkeeper Martin Anderson, res NW 

cor Seventh and Webster 
Christianson Celia Miss, res 1120 E Fourteenth 
Christianson C M, res 1120 E Fourteenth 
Christianson Fred, laborer, res 1120 E Fourteenth 
Christianson Geo, hostler, res Winthrop House 
Christianson Geo, carpenter, res 460 Fifth 
Christianson John, coachman, res 1397 Alice 
Christianson John T, dairyman, res Redwood road 
Christianson Louis, carpenter Cable Co, res Railroad Ex- 
change 
Christianson Louisa, domestic, res 1160 Eighth 
Christie Joseph, butcher, res 1454 Myrtle 
Christie Zotque, carpenter, res 810 Twenty-second 
Christiforo Columbia Guard Armory, Joseph Folcia sec, 

416 Eighth 
Cnristman George, plumbing, tinning and gasfitting, 1313 

Broadway and 1310 Telegraph ave, res 593 Sycamore 
Christoffer Marie Miss, fancy goods, embroidery and stamp- 
ing, 1220 San Pablo ave, res same 
Chrestoffersen Anthony, blacksmith, S F, res 1410 Seven- 
teenth 
Christopher Joseph, tailor Joseph Harris, res S F 
Christopher Julius, machine hand Oakland Planing Mill, 

res 710 Filbert 
Christopherson Alfred, painter P N Kuss 
Christy Charles, carpenter and contractor, S F, res 828 

Kirkham 
Christy Joshua, carpenter, res 828 Kirkham 
Chubb Charles, bricklayer, res 1374 Sixteenth 
Chubb John, lineman Sunset Telephone and Telegraph Co, 

res 1374 Sixteenth 
Chubb Roger, bricklayer, res 1374 Sixteenth 
Chu Chew & Co, Japanese Bazar, 1166 Broadway 
Church of the A vent, Rev H T Lathrop rector, cor E Six- 
teenth and Twelfth ave 
CHURCH ANGUS M, notary public, 483 Ninth, 

res 729 Eighth 
Church A R, employe Dollver Bros, S F, res 1102 Tenth 
Church Arthur, student, res 529 Hobart 
Church Augustus H, collector Wm J Dingee, res 658 Eighth 
Church of Christ, Alanson Coplin pastor, 1015 Clay 



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Uj King rector, cor Jefferson and Eighth 

Z Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Harrison bet 
• ~ Third and Fourth 

55" Church Joseph W, clerk custom house, S F, res 826 Fif- g |S 
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CHURCH ROD W, county recorder, Hall of Rec- 
ords, res 920 Filbert 
Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (R C) Rev Lawrence 

Serda rector, Rev Patrick Griffin, asst rector, Fortieth 

bet Grove and West 
Church of St Frances de Sales (R C) cor San Pablo ave and 

Hobart 
Church \Vm H, deputy county recorder, res 920 Filbert 
Church \V W, paper hanger and decorator Armstrong & 

Merchant, res 811 Thirteenth 
Churchill X, reporter Tribune Publishing Co, res Hotel 

Merritt 
Chute Alan son W, plumber, res NE cor Lusk ave and Forty- 
fir- 1 
Cianuarulo B, musician, res 715 Linden 
Cianciarulo Frank, Cianciarulo's Italian String Band, res 

1012 Fifth 
Cicoulat Clement, propr Oakland French Laundry, res 960 ^O 

Twenty-ninth 
Cimpher Jacob, Accommodation Boat House, Lake Merritt,! 

E Twelfth, rea same F^O 

Ciphers David B, res 946 Union t ■ < 

Circe Thomas, teamster Remillard Brick Co S | 

Citizens 1 [nsurance Co of Baltimore, James Gamble agt, 469 ^^ 

Ninth Z^^> 

CITY ASSESSOR, Roland W Snow, City Hall co 

CITY ATTORNEY, -lam.- A Johnson, City Hall O 
CITY BOARD OF HEALTH, D D Crowley, £ 
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CITY CLERK, J M lira.lv. res 306 Fourteenth 
CITY ENGINEER, Thomas W Morgan, City Hall 
CITY HALL, i Fourteenth and Washington 
City Hall Stables, Hunt Bros proprs, 51 1 Fourteenth 

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CITY OF LONDON FIKE INSURANCE 

CO, R M Anthonv resident agent, i< 1 Ninth 

CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE 

CO OF ENGLAND, W S Perkins agent, 958 
Broadway 

City Market, bet Eleventh and Twelfth, Broadway and 

CITY MARKET RESTAURANT AND 

CHOP HOUSE, Alexander Campbell proprietor 

19, 21 and 23 City Market 
City Mission Training School, Rev N C McClure supt, 1591 

Telegraph ave 
City Park, bet Grove and Jefferson, Sixth and Seventh 
City Physician, D D Crowley, Fifteenth rear of City Hall 
City Police Judge, Alexander Laidlaw, City Hall 
City Pound, William J O'Connell pound master, Peraltacor 

Twenty-sixth 

CITYSUPERINTENDENT OF 

SCHOOLS. J W McClvmonds, office City Hall 

CITY TREASURER AND TAX COL- 
LECTOR, Z T Gilpin, City Hall 

City Wharf, M K Houghton wharfinger, Water Front bet 
Franklin and Webster 

Cklar W F, carpenter, res SW cor Eleventh and Washing- 
ton 

Claiborne Richard, porter Palace Hotel, S F, res 911 Web. 
ster 

Claich Michael, waiter Post Office Restaurant, res 1790 
Seventh 

Clancy Lena, waitress Union Hotel 

Clancy William, teamster Grayson, Owen & Co, res Dalton 
ave nr Green, Stock Yards 

Clanfield John, laborer, res 1068 Thirty-second 

Clapp Flora Miss, res 566 Thirty-fifth 

Clapp George H, druggist, cor E Twelfth and Thirteenth 
aves, res same 

Clapp George P, manager San Diego Iron and Nail Co, res 
566 Thirty-fifth 

Clapp Roland C, mariner, res 330 Prospect 

Clarage James 0, shoemaker, res 662 Sixth 

Clarendon House, 855 Washington 

Clark Mrs, res Brayton Block 

Clark Mrs, res 970 Jefferson 

Clark Mrs, res Home for Aged Women 

Clark Ada Mrs, dancing academy, 377 Twelfth, res S F 

Clark A J, fireman S P Co, res 616 Eighteenth 




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HI Clark Alfred, res 1309 Telegraph ave ^^ 
Z (Mark Alfred B, teamster C J Welch & Co, res 660 E Four- 
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Clark Alfred O, foreman Oakland Planing Mill, res 753 
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GO _j (Mark Alvah K. accountant Loan Associations, S F, res 970; 3^ 

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X ^ Clark Andrew G, res e s nr cor Fruit Vale ave g 
[— O Clark Andrew Jr, recording secretary S P Co, res 836 Jack- 
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Clark B E Miss, dressmaker, re? 7(» ( .» Jackson J^O 

X Clark Benjamin, vocalist and secretary British Benevolent ^_^ 

CO Association, 8 F, res 1169 Brush 1T31 

|j Clark Benjamin Mrs, music teacher, res 610 Fourteenth @ 

CD Clark Carlton H, commercial agt Union Pacific. S F, res <>* 

D .",711 Twenty-fourth n^i 

B- (Mark C H, freight agt Denver & Rio Grande R R, res 768 lEEf 

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Clark Charles A, engineer S P Co, res 1068 Twelfth ave «*■ 

(Mark Charles A, machinist, res 1003 Pine j-hj 

Clarke Charles F (C F Clarke A: Co) res 1376 Webster ^ A 

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(Mark D Piatt, contractor, res I L20 Filberl ^ 

(Mark E, pattern maker Oakland Iron Works, res e - San ^ 

Pablo ave. bet Thirty eighth and Fortieth C^ 

CLARK EDWARD, president Oakland Iron 5 ^ 

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(Mark Edward, painter, res L009 Franklin £ a> 

(Mark Edward, res L009 Broadway g g 

(Mark Edward F, butcher, res 1260 West % ^ 

(Mark Ella T, student Duprue & Aydelotte's Business Col- 
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( Mark Ellen M rs, res 31 6 ( !ypr( — ti 
(Mark lie W Miss, teacher musie and painting, res 829 ^ a> 

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( Mark 1 I; ea< her, 1 • r mount House — i~* 

dark Frank 8, clerk, 8 !•'. res L068 Twelfth ave 2. 

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Clark Geo, employe California Hosiery Co, res 723 Castro 

Clark Geo, res Smith House, 836 Broadway 

Clark George B, engineers P Co, res Alameda 

; Clark George P, clerk Joseph M Oat, re> 77 Valley 

Clark H, emplove Contra Costa Laundry 

I Clark Harry A, "fireman S P Co, res 1068 Twelfth ave 

: Clark Helen Miss, res 615 Sixth 

J Clark Helen J Miss, res 1204 Harrison 

Clark Henry C, warehouseman and postmaster, Bay ave nr 
Melrose Station 

I Clark Henry W, conductor S P Co, res 1616 Lincoln 

i Clark Herbert A, conductor Pullman Car Co, res 847 Madi- 
son 

Clark Horace, news stand, confectionery and cigars, Seventh 
nr Market Street Station, res 762 Sixth 

, Clark Hugh, plasterer, res 77 Valley 

I Clark I M, painter Carbon Paint Co, res 524 Thirty-first 

I Clark James, groceries, 977 Fifth, res same 

j Clark James, cook, res 1777 Goss 

Clark James, artesian well borer, res XE cor Fortv-Third and 
Grove 

I Clark James, carpenter Jones & Co 

j Clark James E, clerk, S F, res 772 Eighteenth 

Clark J B, pattern maker, res Girard House 

Clark Jennie Miss, res 816 Cypress 

Clark Jessie L Miss, res 847 Madison 

Clark J M, pattern maker, res 524 Thirty-first 

Clark John, jeweler, 867 Broadway, res 1426i San Pablo ave 

Clark John, woodturner, res 1173 Fifth 

Clark John, blacksmith, res 70S Third 

Clark John, res 1356 Eighteenth 

Clark John, carpenter S P Co, res 1836| Seventh 

Clark Julia B Mrs, widow, res 1264 Harrison 

Clark Kate Miss, clerk California Cotton Mills, res 1504 gan 
Pablo ave 

Clark Laura Miss, saleslady Abrahamson Bros, res 1106 
Broadway 

Clark Lemuel, engineer S P Co, res Berkeley 

Clark Leon F, clerk S F, res 1003 Pine 

Clark L S, engineer S P Co, res Berkelev 

Clark Lizzie Miss, res 977 Fifth 

Clark Maggie Miss, domestic, res 1535 Webster 

Clark Mamie Miss, res 977 Fifth 

Clark Marian Miss, music teacher, 1019 Webster, res same 

Clark Minnie L Mrs, res 1746 Filbert 

Clark Nora Miss, res 977 Fifth 



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CLARK R FRANK, manager Oakland branch 
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co, 4S3 Ninth, SE cor 
Washington, res Alameda 
Clark Richard X, parlor car conductor S P Co, res 917 

Twenty-fourth 
Clark Robert V, propr American House, 616 Broadway 
Clark Samuel C, engineer S P Co, res 939 Wood 
Clark Samuel H, harnessmaker, S F, res 847 Madison 
Clark Win, teamster Eagle Box and Mfg Co, res Alameda 
Clark W C, clerk Oakland Iron Works, res e s San Pablo 

ave bet Thirty-eighth and Fortieth 
Clark William, carriage maker J E Johnson, res 1527 

Broadway 
Clark Wm, carpenter, res 938 Thirty-fourth 
Clark Wm A, clerk, S F, res 917 Twenty-fourth 
Clark Wm E, employe East Oakland Planing Mill, res 472 

E Eleventh 
Clark Wm J. painter, res 1207 Seventh 
Clark A; Woolley (George Clark and John Woollev) props 

Oakland Boiler Works, 668 Franklin 
Clarke Alice T Miss, res 318 E Seventeenth 
Clarke Chas II, A B, teacher English and bookkeeping 

Hopkins Academy, res same 
Clarke Edward, carpenter, res 365 Orchard 
Clarke F II. teacher California Military Academy, res same 
Clark.- II P, cashier Whittier, Fuller ft Co, res'l264 Har- 
rison 
Clarke John B, professor mathematics University Califor- 
nia, res 3] s E Seventeenth 
Clarke .J.dm'W. carpenter, res 263 Twelfth 
Clarke Joseph F. wharfinger Pacific St wharf. S F, res 318 

K S< venteenth 
dark.- Margaret E Miss, res 318 El Seventeenth 
Clarke Maria L Mrs, widow, res 1 1_1 Adeline 
Clarke Walter, carriage blacksmith, res 94] Twenty-sixth 
(Marke Warren T. Clerk Wells, Fargo A Co, S F, res 1 liM 

Adeline 

Clarke William I. doo rmaker California Door Co, res 318 

l. 8< • enteenth 
ClarksoD John, ball player, res L372 sixteenth 
Clari ag< Edn ai d I >. agent, res 21 l Twelfth 
Clason Delia Mi (0 E Twelfth 

Claaoii Etollo B, stationery, 612 E Twelfth, res same 
Classen G< laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Classen .John A. cider factory. 515 Twentieth, res same 



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Clausen Adolph, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
Park Exchange Hotel 

Clausen Charles E, plasterer, res 2126 Chestnut 

Clausen C H, photographer cor Market and Seventh, res 
same 

Clausen Charles J, plasterer, res 2126 Chestnut 

Clausen Emma Miss, res 2126 Chestnut 

Clausen Henry, laborer, res 625 Kennedy 

Clausen Mina Miss, res 512 Forty-fifth 

Clausen William, tailor, S F, res 1114 Campbell 

Clawson L E (L E Clawson & Co) res S F 

Clawson L E & Co (L E Clawson and J L Robinson) 
patent chimney, 400 Thirteenth 

Clawson School, Miss Julia E Colby principal, NW cor 
Magnolia and Thirty-second 

Claxton Samuel, laborer, res cor E Thirty-fifth and Union 

Claxton William, res 363 Fifth 

Clay A Meaburn, student, res 1425 Eighth ave 

Clay C C (Sherman, Clay & Co, S F) res E Fourteenth bet 
Park ave and Julia 

Clay Charles C, special delivery messenger post-office, res 
520 Eighteenth 

CIjAX I HENBY, assistant post-master, Oakland 
post-office, res 520 Eighteenth 

Clayton Cornelia Miss, res 1354 Webster 

Clayton Susan Mrs, widow, res 1354 Webster 

Clayton Susan Miss, res 1354 Webster 

Clayton Wm, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Clayton Wm B, cabinet maker Lyon & Co, res 927 Thirty- 
Sixth 

Clear Maggie Miss, saleslady KAHN & SONS, res 
358 Ninth 

Clear Mamie C Miss, teacher vocal music, res 358 Tenth 

Clear Thomas, fireman and chief engineer Oakland Gas- 
light and Heat Co, res 358 Ninth 

Cleary B Mrs, furnished rooms 460 Sixth, res same 

Cleary James, nurseryman, 2333 Peralta, res same 

Cleary Joseph M, machinist, res 2333 Peralta 

OLE ARY M, family grocer, 359-361 Twelfth, res SW 

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Clecak Anton, propr Rockaway Restaurant, 1112 Broadway, 

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Clecak John, propr West Oakland Restaurant, 1770 Seventh 
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ecak Nicholas, waiter West Oakland Restaurant,. res 1772 

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ecak Peter, clerk Anton Clecak, res La Clede House 

torn Robert B, blacksmith, S F, res 208 B 
eir Win, clerk Joseph Harris, res North Temescal 
eland Darius, contractor and builder, res 918 Union 
emena II M Mrs, rea 536 Eighteenth 
emena Jay Mrs. res 536 Eighteenth 
ement A Miss, res 1621 Eighth 
ement Albert T, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res Weber 

Hotel 
ement Alpheua W, clerk Pacific Improvement Co, S F, res 

1 258 Harrison 
ement C E Mrs, rea 1405 Brush 
ement Hphraim B, searcher of records, S F, res 1258 

Harrison 
em. nt Grace W Miss, res 1013 Twelfth 
• mint H (H Clement & Co) cigar mfrs, res cor Seventh 

and Broadway 
ement H&( 'o, wholesale and retail cigar mfrs, 456 Seventh 

and -l v, » Tenth, res cor Seventh and Broadway 
ement Herbert R, clerk S P Co, S F. rea 1405 Brush 
ement Joseph, student Livermore College, rea L 258 Har- 
rison 
ement Kate Miss, cane chair maker Industrial Home for 

the Adult Blind, rea same 
ein.-nt Lewia M, civil engineer, S F. rea L013 Twelfth 
ement M Mrs, matron Pacific Pre-- Boarding House, 711 

Eleventh 
ement Maud L Miss, rea 1013 Twelfth 
ement M L, pressman, rea 7* >8 sixth 
emenl R, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, res 

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emenl Rue sell M, mechanical engineer, rea L013 Twelfth 
omenta Arthur, commercial traveler, rea 222 Seventh 
ementa Christina Mrs, widow, rea 1641 Adeline 
omenta Christina Miss, dressmaker, rea 1641 Adeline 
ementa Harry, rea s ~> I Broadway 
ementa In-' b urg Miss, clerk, rea L641 Adeline 
emishire John, special agent BoarcLof Forreatry, rea 217 

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em< I . I > switchman S P i >73 Seventh 

l' of language -. rea 1 168 Webster 






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Clerc Savonna Mine, specialist, 1240 San Pablo ave, res 

1168 Webster 
Clergy of St Francis, 590 Hobart 
Clerk of Police Court, W H O'Brien, City Hall 
Cleveland Carrie Miss, student, res 1126 Chestnut 
Cleveland Merit, hostler Chieftain Livery Stables, res 821 

Market 
Cleveland Reuben C, carpenter and builder, res 1126 Chest- 
nut 
Cliff Alfred G, machinist Judson Iron Works, res n s Forty- 
fifth bet Telegraph and Grove 
Cliff George, engineer, res n s Forty-fifth bet Grove and 

Telegraph ave 
Clifford Edward T, carpenter, res 1156 Webster 
Clifford Frederick, car inspector S P Co, res 18 Maple 
Clifford John, laborer, res 813 Chester 
Clifford John B, druggist, res 1367 Fifteenth 
Clifford Joseph, engineer S P Co, res 622 Louis 
Clifford Maggie Miss, res 813 Chester 
Clifford Nellie Miss, dressmaker, res 813 Chester 
Clifford Timothy, laborer, res 1637 Magnolia 
Clifford Wm A, printer Morning Times, res 858 Harrison 
Clift E S Miss, artist, res 566 Sixteenth 
Clift Frederick C, law student, S F, res 1547 San Pablo ave 
Clift L B Miss, res 1547 San Pablo ave 
Clift Osro, res 566 Sixteenth 
CLIFT WILLIAM, president Presidio and Ferries 

R R, S F, res 1547 San Pablo ave 
Clifton M, fireman S P Co, res 1521 Eighth 
Clifton Wm G, bookkeeper Grayson, Owen & Co, res 951 

Clay 
Climo Albert, shipwright, res 883 Bay 
Clino Samuel, carpenter R R shops, res 956 Wood 
Clinton DeWitt, carpenter, res E Adeline bet Sherman and 
Monroe 

CLINTON FIRE INSURANCE CO OF 

NEW YORK, Harmon & Sears, H Griffin's 

Agency, 95S Broadway 
Clinton H M, agt R L Pc'k & Co, S F,«res 1276 Thirteenth 

ave 
Clinton Hook a-id Ladder Co No 2, Win Barrett driver, 

E Fourteenth bet Twelfth and Thirteenth aves 

CLINTON HOUSE, S H Melvin agent, 277 E 

Twelfth cor Sixth ave 
Clintoa Hulda'i J Mrs, nurse, res 1683 Chase 
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Clinton Mills, cor E Eleventh and Twelfth ave 
Clinton Park. E Twelfth Sixth and Seventh a - 

Oliver Charles H. nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Co. res 

Leline 
Oliver John H. res 614 Adeline 
Clivio C, grocei - gn and domestic fruits, 1216 £ 

Pablo ave, :■ s 811 Twenty-eighth 
Clock Maud E Miss, rea 1140 Myrtle 
Clock Sarah D Mrs, widow, rea 114" Myrtle 
Clodias August, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Cloeren Edward, res 2 Broadway 
Clonen John, groceries, wines and liquors. 1529 Seventh. 

res same 
Clonen Mary Mr-, cashier John Clemen, res 152 B venth 
Olooney Thomas J, wood and coal, hay and grain, 157S 

venth. res 1373 Eighth 
Clothier Minnie J Miss, decorative painting and fancy 

work ;i6 Twelfth 

Cloudman Charles H. shoemaker. 1357 Peralta. res same 
Cloudman Mary E Miss, res 1357 Peralta 
Clough Alton H (Clough & Baker) res cor Twenty-third ave j 

and E Fifteenth 
CLOUGH & BAKER n H Clough and 

G Bafc r, real estate. 468 Ninth 
_:. C H. salmon canner, re- 9 & venth 
CloiiL'h E II, reporter, rea 1272 Twenty-third ave 
gb F L lira, res - Si venth 

'rankie Mi — , student, re- ::" N E Sixteenth 

P. bookkeeper Gould A: Williamson, res 221 
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rohn F. luml rveyor, rea E 8 tteenth 

:» Lotta M M is, a &13 Thirteenth 
'.'.:• M i358 E Sixl :h 

Clow A B Durant School, rea 57J Caledonia 

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Coady Richard E, letter carrier, res 566 Twenty-fourth 
Coakley Alice Miss, res 356 Seventh 
Coakley Daniel, laborer, res 828 Fifteenth 
Coakley Ellen Miss, res 616 Seventeenth 
Coakley James, butcher M M Samson, res 616 Seventeenth 
Coakley Michael, butcher M M Samson, res 616 Seven- 
teenth 
Coal Consumers' Association of Oakland, 'John Feam pres, 
D P Gray vice-pres, M D Chamberlain mgr, 960 Broad- 
way 
Coan Thomas, hostler Dexter Stables, res same 
Coates Ed J, grocery, NW cor Adeline and Fourteenth, res 

same 
Coates John D, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 461 

Ninth 
Coates Lillian Miss, student, res 916 Center 
Coates Mary R Mrs, res 916 Center 
Coates Thomas, repairer S P Co, res 824 Union 
Coates William, conductor Pullman Palace Car Co, res 561 

Twenty-fifth 
Coates Wm Jr, engineer, res 561 Twenty-fifth 
Coates W S, rigger S P Co 

Coats George, hostler Dashaway Stables, res 370 Eleventh 
Cobalt Edward, employe Columbus Buggy Co, S F, res 767 

Thirteenth 
Cobb Henry, student, res 1365 Fifteenth 
Cobb Isabella Mrs, teacher California College, res 1756 

Ninth ave 
Cobb Joseph, longshoreman, res 1365 Fifteenth 
Cobb Louis H, carpenter S P Co, res 966 Center 
Cobb Rufus S, watchman S P Co, res 966 Center 
Cobbledick James, traveling salesman, res 177 E Twelfth 
Cobbledick James H, decorator, res 177 E Twelfth 
Cobbledick LN, clerk Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 177 E 

Twelfth 
Cobbledick Mary Miss, res 177 E Twelfth 
Cobbledick Wm H, salesman res 177 E Twelfth 
Cobelt Adolph, tanner, res 809 E Sixteenth 
Coburn Asa H C, laborer, res 1122 Wood 
Coburn Frank M, laborer, res 1122 Wood 
Coburn John C, clerk Judson C Coburn, res Park ave nr 

Halleck, Emeryville 
Coburn Judson C, stationer, postmaster and express agt, 

Park ave nr Halleck, Emeryville, res same 
Coburn Louis H, laborer S P Co, res 1122 Wood 
Coburn Nahum, laborer S P Co, res 1122 Wood 



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burn S M Mrs, rea 822 E Fifteenth 
burn William J. res Park ave nr Halleck. Emeryville 
Cochran Alice E Miss, rea 565 Sixteenth 
Cochran John T. commercial traveler, S F, res 565 Six- 
nth 
X < Cockrill Ben, rea 522 Tenth 
|- O Cockrill Cristopher C, capitalist, res 522 Tenth 
M-krill Grace Miss, rea "22 Tenth 
krofl Irving R, employe California Sugar Refiners, res 

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ckrofl Louia F, passenger agt Oceanic Steamship Co, 

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le W E, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
. n L II Mrs, res 539 Thirty-sixth 
>rge, laborer, rea 225 Third 

^>dy John, horse trainer, res 225 Third 
Ada Miss, rea 371 Tenth 
John T, collector. 021 Broadway, res 514 Fifteenth 
Hilho Ellen Mrs. domestic, res 656 Sixth 
el po Joseph, lahorerS P Co 
David N, clerk custom-, s F. rea 1124 Chestnut 
Michael II. dry goods and clothing, 962 Washington, 
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^j I Catherine Mrs, rea 625 Chestnut 

S William J, printer Oakland T rea 916 Henry 

• \lhcrt F. Btock broker, S F, rea 918 Sixteenth 
tlin Elizabeth Mrs, widow, rea \-^~ Harrison 
'•iii Dollie M L387 Harrison 

^ fin Kate M 1387 Harrison 

^1 Coffin Oliver* » r Report, 8F, rea 1063 Poplar 

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Cohen Henry, barber, 1781 Seventh, res Fifth 

Cohen Isaac, clerk S S Cohen, res 1743 Adeline 
Cohen Isidore, glazier, S F, res 510 Sixth 
Cohen J, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Park Ex- 
change Hotel 
Cohen Jacob E, traveling salesman, S F, res 224 Twelfth 
Cohen James E, blacksmith R R shops, res 815 Twenty- 
second 
Cohen Julia Miss, res 1743 Adeline 
Cohen Kittie Miss, saleswoman Wonder Millinery Store, 

res 224 Twelfth 
Cohen Meyer, clerk J G Brugeire, res 224 Twelfth 

Cohen Mike, barber Hy Cohen, res Willow 

Cohen Sarah Miss, saleswoman Wonder Millinery Store, 

res 224 Twelfth 
Cohen Simon, peddler, res 700 Franklin 
Cohen Simon S, grocer, 1743 Adeline, res same 
Cohen William, res 860 Alice 
Cohn Abraham, tailor, 259 B, res same 
Cohn Abraham Mrs, fancy goods, 259 B, res same 
Cohn Arthur, salesman, res 531 Ninth 
Cohn Louis, peddler, res 205 Second 
Cohn M J, butcher, res 613 Fifth 
Cohn Morris, peddler, res 517 Third 
Cohn M & Co (M Cohn and M Lissner) loan office, 1162 

Broadway 
Cohn Meyer (M Cohn & Co) res 1479 San Pablo ave 
Cohn Samuel A, peddler, res 516 Fifth 
Coin Albert R, carriage blacksmith, res 1370 Broadway 
COIN CECILE MBS, laundress, 1370 Broadway, 

res same 
Coin Raymond, French Laundry, 1370 Broadway, res same 
Coit Griffith (Coit, Barton & Covvles, S F) cor Broadway 

and Booth 
Coit Hamilton, - ardware, S F, res 1885 Telegraph ave 
Colas Annie Mrs, res Dalton ave nr Green, Stock Yards 
Colas Eugene, laborer, res Dalton ave nr Green, Stock Yards 
Colbert Elizabeth A Miss, res 678 Twenty-seventh 
Colbert Hannah Mrs, widow, res 678 Twenty-seventh 
Colbert John F, printer Evening Tribune, res 678 Twenty- 
seventh 
Colburn Anna W Mrs, res 1769 Seward 
Colburn Frederick, gardener, res Vernal ave, Piedmont 
Colburn George, car repairer S P Co, res 1725 Thirteenth 
Colburn George C, car repairer S P Co, res 1721+ Chase 

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Col bin 11 Jacob S, clerk, S F, res 1762 Seward 

Colburn Maria S Mrs. widow, res 1709 Seward 

Colby Amasa D, farmer, res w s Claremont ave nr College 

Colby Eugene, student High School, res 131") Twelfth ave 

Colby Flora I Miss, dressmaker, res 483 Twenty-fifth 

Iby Fram-c- A Miss, dressmaker, res 483 Twenty-fifth 
Colby II H, postmaster Brooklyn Station, propr East Oak- 
land and San Francisco Express, agt Wells, Fargo & 
Co and Western Union Telegraph Co, cor Thirteenth 
ave and E Twelfth, res 1315 Twelfth ave 
Colby Julia E Miss, principal Clawson School, res 733 Bush, 

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ColdweU Charles W. carpenter, res Twenty-second ave nr 

Twentieth 
Cole A, carpenter W T Veitch 
Cole Bessie Miss, res 1545 Webster 
Cole C H, patrolman, res The Olive 
Cole Charles D, chiropodist, res 826 Twenty-ninth 
Cole Charles F, advertising agt, S F, res 1352 Brush 
Cole E F Mrs, res cor Fourteenth ave and E Twenty-fourth 
Cole F G (Aldrich A: Cole) res Alameda 
Cole (t race H, res 906 Broadway 
Cole II A, manager and secretary Oakland Rubber Stamp 

Cole Harry X. agt Oakland Home Insurance Co, 906 Broad- 
way 

le Henry M. engineer, rea 572 Twelfth 
Col,- II W Mrs, res 906 Broadway 

le Kate E Mi — , artist, res 572 Twelfth 
Col,- L c. res 1545 Webster 
Cole Lillie C Mrs, teacher, res ">72 Twelfth 
Cole Mary A Mi*.-, re- 1777 Tenth ave 

Col.- OraMiss, waitress W C T U Restaurant, res 1003 Clay 

Elector E Dr, r< b 572 Twelfth 
Cole 8chool, J P Garlick principal, Tenth bet Union and 
1 'oplar 
;»• Win II. carpenter, res 359 Tenth 
Col- i I ! onductor 8 P Co, res 263 Twelfth 

rove M t Mrs, res 263 Twelfth 

Coleman Block, Mrs .1 8 Dallas propr, furnished rooms, 
1 1" 3 Broadway 
in C E, traveling salesman, res L21 1 Bush 
Coleman Ham, new and Becond-hand furniture, U6-18 
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Coleman John W, supt N P C R R, S F, res 754 Eighth 

Coleman Levi B, painter, res 618 E Twenty- second 

Coleman Patrick, laborer, res 1018 Fifth 

Coleman Rosa Mrs, res 460 Third 

Coleman Wm D, compositor Times, res 875 Washington 

Colestock Tom D, student Depue & Aydelotte's Business 
College, res 2124 Elm 

Coley Hilan, compositor Morning Times 

Colfen John, lumberman E M Derby & Co, res 780 Six- 
teenth ave 

Colgett John, gardener, res 1011 Fourteenth 

Colin Benoit, trunks and valises, 1016 Broadway, res cor 
Perry and Prospect 

College Hall, NE cor Twelfth and Harrison 

Collesa Joseph, employe California Jute Mills 

Collet Robert, gardener Geo E Grant, 1303 Third ave 

Collier Augustus, teamster Standard Oil Co, 1066 E Twenty- 
Second 

Collier Charles, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 914 
Twenty-sixth ave 

Collier John, carpenter, res 151 Second 

Collier John H, mining, res 1912 Telegraph ave 

Collier Maggie Miss, res 151 Second 

Collier Maria Mrs, widow 7 , res 151 Second 

Collier John, employe S P Co, res 410 Tenth 

Colling Emma Mrs, res 715 Fourth 

Colling Simeon C, electric bell mfr, res 715 Fourth 

Collingridge Mary A Mrs, res 362 E Fifteenth 

Collins Albert F, blind maker California Door Co, res 1408 
Ninth 

Collins Alice R Miss, res 871 Filbert 

Collins Anna Mrs, finisher California Hosiery Co, res 811 
Twelfth 

Collins Benjamin, res 852 Alice 

Collins Birdie Miss, res 871 Filbert 

Collins Con W, engineer S P Co, res 861 Chester 

COLLINS D EDWARD, secretary Mountain View 
Cemetery, res NE cor Harrison and Seventeenth 

Collins Edward L, law student, res 935 Campbell 

Collins Ellen Miss, res 839 Eighteenth 

Collins Eugene A, expressman, res 980 Thirty-sixth 

Collins Frank, painter, res 626 Third 

Collins Geo, porter J J Hanifin & Co, res Seventh and 
Broadway 

Collins Geo H (Higgins & Collins, S F) res 526 Tenth 




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Collins H, sawver Eagle Box Manufacturing Co, res 712 
Fifth 

Collins Honorah Mrs, res 839 Eighteenth 

Collins Henry D, laborer, res 167 Eighth 

Collins Henry M, groceries and hardware, 1766 Seventh, res 
1823 Eighth 

Collins James, laborer S P. Co, res 701 Campbell 

Collins James, bridge builder, res 416 Fifth 

Collins Jerry, employe S P Co, res 1664 Pacific 

Collins John, baker Flake Bakery, res 687 Twenty-sixth 

Collins John, teamster Fred Schenlen, res cor Twentieth 
ave and E Fourteenth 

Tollins John C, printer Chronicle, S F, res 666 Twenty- 
ninth 

Collins John H, switchman's P Co, res 701 Campbell 

Collins Julia Mrs, widow, res 167 Eighth 

Collins Kate Miss, res 666 Twenty-ninth 

Collin a Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, res 701 Campbell 

Collins Lottie Miss, res 526 Tenth 

Collins Lyman P, machinist, res 935 Campbell 

Collins Mary E Miss, bookkeeper Hv M Collins, res 1823 
Short 

Collins Mary F Miss, dressmaker, res 167 Eighth 

Collins Michael, res 1007^ E Fourteenth 

Collin^ M J, bookkeeper JAS A JOYCE, res 972 
\ enth 

Collins Nellie M Miss, operator Western Union, res 1661 
Sixteenth 

Collins Nicholas J, clerk Custom House, S F, res 587 Twen- 
ty-fifth 

Colli ns Owen, shoemaker Wentworth Bool and Shoe Co, 
res L227 Sixteenth 

Collins Patrick II. res L661 sixteenth 

Colline Patrick M. real eMate agt, 962 Seventh, res 972 
rent h 

Collins Pauline Miss, rea 526 Tenth 

Collins William, res L67 Eighth 

COLLINS WILLIAM, superintendent Mountain 
Vi( metery, pee -Mine 

Collins Win II. student, res L823 short 

Collischonn Charles, correspondent Belloc A Co, 8 1\ res 
^ 1 7 Jackson 

Collischonn Franz, bookkeeper, rea 817 Jackson 

Collischonn Otto, draughtsman, res 817 Jackson 

Collischonn Philip, student medical department University 
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Collison Ben, oiler S P Co 

Collver Charles W, carpenter, res 1728 Twelfth 

Collyer David M, engineer S P Co, res 1728 Twelfth 

Collyer. George F, letter carrier, res 1728 Twelfth 

Collyer Jacob, carpenter C P Co, res 1728 Twelfth 

Colman E, salesman H Davis, res 421 Sixth 

Colman E & Co (H Davis) furniture, 477 Twelfth 

Colman George, weaver, res Geischen House 

Colman Herman, salesman Julius Colman, res 414 Sixth 

Colman Johanna T Miss, res 780 Sixteenth ave 

Colman John, turner Pacific Coast Planing Mills, res 826 

Castro 
Colman Julius, furniture, 469-471 Broadway, res same 
Colomb Jules, wood carver J McBride, res S F 
Colson C, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry 
Colson E, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, res 

same 
Colson Edward, fireman OCR Co, res 856 Nineteenth 
Colson Edward F, fireman Oakland Cable Co, res 856? 

Nineteenth 
Colson Gustavus, blacksmith Alameda Macadamizing Co's 

quarry, res same 
Colson M F Mrs, res 1116 Ninth ave 
Colson William, employe Phoenix Foundry 
Columbia Rowing Club, Howard H Shinn pres, Wm Mc- 

Pherson sec, foot of Alice 
Columbus Buggie Co, Branch, W C Glenn mgr, 406 

Twelfth 
COLVILLE FRANK C (Elliott & Colville) res 

1503 Seventh ave 
Colvill S M Mrs, res 1503 Seventh ave 
COXjVIN C Xj, attorney-at-law, 854| Broadway, res 

624 E Twenty-second 
Colvin F M, res 655 Thirty-third 
COLVIN K S, law stenographer, and (Fitzgerald & 

Colvin) 921 Broadway, room 5, res same 
Colwell Lillie A Miss, res 610 E Eighteenth 
Colwell Ralph L, res 610 E Eighteenth 
Colwell S A Mrs, res 610 East 
Comalus Peter, teamster Remillard Brick Co 
Comas M, res 1552 Third 

Comber James, laborer S P Co, res 1614 Eighth 
COMBS ANGUS W, manager Oakland Branch 

Western Granite and Marble Works, res 2507 Pied- 
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Combs John A, stone cutter Western Granite and Marble 

Co, res Mather bet Piedmont ave and Howe 
Combey James, inspector S P Co, res 1614 Eighth 
Comer T, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, res 

same 
Comerford Annie G Miss, domestic, 1680 Webster 
Comerford Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, res 811 Seventeenth 
Comerford Sarah Mrs, res 811 Seventeenth 
Comerford Vincent, carpenter, res 511 Twenty-fourth 
Commercial Insurance Co of California, B B Laton agt, 468 

Ninth 

COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT, J Souffrane 

proprietor, 473 Eleventh 
Commercial Union Assurance Co of London, J H Troy agt, 

457 Ninth 
Commercial Union Hotel, D Burns propr, Park ave Station, 

Emeryville 
Comming Wm Henry, physician and surgeon, res Merrill 

Hotel 
Commins Randolph, wood, coal, hay and grain, 1302 Broad- 
way, res 1155 Madison 
Comozzi Charles, laundrvman Contra Costa Laundry 
Comozzi Joseph, employe California Jute Mills 
Comozzi Peter, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Comozzi Teresa, employe California Jute Mills 
Companie General Transatlantique, Geo A Seaman agent, 

in;:; Broadway 
Company A, Fifth Regiment N G C, armory Cavalry Hall. 

106 1 Washington 
Company C, Third Regiment Infantry, N (i C, armory Sim- 
mons Hall 
Company F, Fifth Regiment, N G^C, armory Cavalry Hall 
L064 Washington 
tnptorj Belle Mi-, res L460 Twelfth 

tnpton Elleq Mrs, widow, res 1-160 Twelfth 

< lompton ( I Mi — , rea Beulah Park 

Compton Henry T, a— t engineer Harbor Commissioners, 

hester 
Compton H N, carriage maker, rea Beulah Park 

mpton Nellie Mi-, n - l 160 Twelfth 
Compton Thomas, clerk, 8 P. rea l 160 Twelfth 
Compton William P>. clerk, S P. rea L460 Twelfth 
Comstock A \'. miner, rea N Temescal 
Comstock Charlea C, bridge inspector B P Co, rea L030 

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< lomstock I Daniel, carpenter, rea 1 609 Myrtle 



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Comstock George M (Stewart & Com stock) res 1030 Peralta 
Comstock H G, train dispatcher S P Co, res 950 Filbert 

Comstock J, carpenter W T Veitch 

Comstock Mark H, foreman S P Co, res 1501f Eighth 

Comstock M E Mrs, saleslady Taft & Pennoyei, res 317 

Fourteenth 
Comstock P Jr, carpenter, res 1463 Broadway 
Comstock Thomas, carpenter, res 1463 Broadway 
Conant Z Mrs, widow, res 922 Center 
Conaway M L Mrs, res Winsor Hotel 
Conboy Mary G Mrs, res 950 Twenty-second bet Filbert 

and Myrtle 
Concannon Thomas, res n s Forty-sixth nr Grove 

CONCOBDIA FIRE INSURANCE CO (of 

Milwaukee) Harmon & Sears, H Griffin's Agency, 958 

Broadway 
Condell W N, wood worker Oakland Carriage Co, res Rand- 

lett House 
Condron Delia Mrs, res 1006 Sixteenth 
Condron Jane Mrs, res w s Telegraph ave, fourth house 

from Forty-second 
Cone James E, blacksmith S P Co, res 815 Twenty-second 
Cone John, blacksmith helper R R shops, res 1715 Atlantic 
Cone John Jr, employe Coleman & Wattles, S F, res 1715 

Atlantic 
Cone Mamie Miss, tailoress, res 1715 Atlantic 
Congdon Ernest N, agent S F Chronicle, res 815 Webster 
Conger Benjamin S, pattern maker, S F, res 1062 Kirkham 
Conger Benjamin T, printer, S F, res 1062 Kirkham 
Congregational Association of Christian Chinese, 323 

Eighth 
Congregation Beth Jacob 

Conklin Frank G, glove mfr, S F, res 1326 Fourth ave 
Conklin Henry L, res 818 Sixteenth 
Conklin Henry L Jr, clerk, res 818 Sixteenth 
Conlan James E, plumber, res 809 Twenty-second 
Conlan Lizzie Miss, res 809 Twenty-second 
Conlan Mary Miss, res 809 Twenty-second 
Conley Dennis, hostler Peter Pumyea, res 216 Eighth 
Conley John, plaster decorations, 375 Twelfth, res same 
Conlin Elizabeth Mrs, widow, res 809 Twenty-second 
Conlin Lizzie, employe California Hosiery Co, res 809 

Twenty-second 
Conlin Mollie Miss, res 809 Twenty-second 
Conlon Annie Mrs, res 831 Magnolia 
Conlon Henry, machinist, res 1677 Taylor 



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Conlon Eloberl A, moulder, S F, res 1677 Taylor 

CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO 

of Bartford, Dusinbury & Wurts agents, 4(V7 Ninth 

CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE IN- 
SURANCE CO, H B Sears Jr agent, 958 Broad- 
way 
Conneally Jeremiah, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res 175-j 

Telegraph ave 
Connell John, ofiicer steamer Queen of Pacific, res 1269 

Twelfth 
Connell John, upholsterer F Rading, res 527 Seventh 
Connell James, plumber, 904 Washington, res Twenty-sec- 
ond nr San Pablo ave 
>nnell Margaret Miss, res 1269 Twelfth 
Connell Mary Mrs, res 1269 Twelfth 
Connell May Miss, milliner, res 1269 Twelfth 
Connell K<>se Mi>s,res 1269 Twelfth 
Connell Robert, carpenter, res 1001 Franklin 
Council Win .1. instructor California Military Academy, res 

same 
Connellan Lawrence C, laborer SP Co, res 1662 Pacific 

rmelley Dennis, hostler P Pumyea, res 216 Eighth 
Connelly David F. res 1711 San Pablo ave 
Connelly John, employe Pacific Iron and Xail Works, res 

177*1 William 
Connelly Joseph, -indent, res L622 Union 
Connelly Julia Mrs, toidow, res 1714 San Pablo ave 
nnelly Mary Mrs, rea 177 1 William 
mnelly Michael, laborer S P Co, res 1622 Union 
tinelly Michael, yardman S P Co, res 1771 William 

l 'mindly Nellie M rs, rea 1 806 ( Jrove 

Connelly P, machinist 8 1* Co, rea L679 Atlantic 

a nelly Patrick, Laborer, rea 1806 Grove 
Connelly Patri k. laborer, pea Charter Oak Hotel 
Connelly Patrick, Laborer, re I s 17 Seventh 
Connelly Peter, laborer, rea rear 1<h;:;i Kirkham 
1 inelly Minnie M rs, 1 1 - L679 Atlantic 
( lonnel) 1 1 Laborer, rea ( Oakland 1 Louse 

Inn Miss, rea L819 Twelfth 
CONNER DANIEL M, attorney-at-law and courl 
commi sioner Alameda County, rooms 24-25, 951 
Bro dway, rea Nil< 

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Conner Madeline Miss, artist, S F, res 1722 Linden 

Conner Millie Miss, res 1722 Linden 

Conner Samuel, dairyman, res cor Thirteenth ave and 

Thirty-third 
Conner W B, laborer S P Co, res 1012 Cypress 
Conners & Federspiel (John Conners and Andrew Feder- 

spiel) commission merchants and dealers in all kinds 

of fruit and produce, 467 Eleventh 
Conners John (Conners & Federspiel) res SE cor Prince 

and Ellis 
Conners John E, reporter Tribune, res 1115 Jackson 
Conners John J, blacksmith Robert Gilmore, res 1119 Third 
Conners Margaret E, teacher Cole School, res 1115 Jackson 
Conners Mollie E Miss, teacher mechanical drawing Oak- 
land High School, res 1115 Jackson 
Conners Timothy (S P Co) res 1012 Cypress 
Connerton Catherine, domestic, res 1226 Fourteenth 
Connerton Catherine Mrs, groceries, 1051 Wood, res same 
Connerton Joseph, driver People's Express Co, res Wilcox 

Block 
Conness Thomas, cement finisher, res w s Telegraph ave 

nr Forty -third 
Connolly Annie Miss, domestic, res 829 Oak 
Connolly Emmet A, musician, res Hallett ave nr Green, 

Stock Yards 
Connolly Francis, laborer, res 953 Fifth 
Connolly John, laborer, res 674 Thirty-sixth 
Connolly Martin, millhand California Cotton Mills Co, res 

E Eleventh bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth aves 
Connolly Nicholas, butcher, res Hallett ave cor Green, 

Stock Yards 
Connolly W G, painter P N Kuss, res Weber Hotel 
Connor Annie Miss, res 1319 Twelfth 
Connor Cornelius, laborer, res 1062 Twenty-fourth 
Connor J M, conductor, res Clarendon House 
Connor John A, compositor Oakland Enquirer, res Melrose 
Connor John W, res 555 Twenty-first 
Connor Lizzie M, res 555 Twenty-first 
Connor Margaret Miss, res Commercial, Melrose 
Connor Mary, res 555 Twenty-first 
Connor Mary A Mrs, widow, res 2104 San Pablo ave 
Connor Patrick, laborer Judson Mnfg Co, res 223 Eddie 
Connor Thomas, laborer S P Co, res Shell Mound Station 
Connor Wm, laborer, res 1662 Sixteenth 
Connors Alice Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Connors Annie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 



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W Connors Mamie Mis-, employe Cotton Mills, res 664 Twen 

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f— Q Connors Win, laborer, res 664 Twentieth 

CO Z Conrad Alexander, produce, Free Market, res 757 Webster 

W < Conrad Aloise Mrs, widow, res 757 Webster 

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Conroy Eugene C (Howard & Conroy) res cor Seventh and 

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Conroy John, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 1007 

Third 
Conroy Julia, domestic, res 13G4 Broadway 
Conroy Hannah, widow, res 1812 West 
Conroy Henry, cement sidewalk layer, res 1312 West 
Conry .John, teamster, res 1312 West 
Considine Edward, butcher L Peres 
Considine Patrick, groceries 218 Sixth, res same 
Consolf Manuel, Laborer, res 221 Second 
Continental Fire Insurance Co, Waterman, Sayre & Co 

agts, L003^ Broadway 
Continental [nsurance Co of New York, James (Jumble agt, 

469 Ninth 

CONTRA COSTA LAUNDRY ASSOCI- 
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Dalton, proprietors, office . S( >7 Broadway, laundry SW 
cor Fourteenth and K irkbam 

CONTRA COSTA PACKING CO, Rice & 
Whim proprietors, stalls 2, -1 and 6, City Market 

Contra Costa Pickle Works, SE cor Webster and First 

Contra < osta Water Co, Henry Pierce pres, W II Mead 
office 158 Eighth, yard SWcor First and Webster 

Contreries Fred, teamster, pea Lusk ave bet Forty-first and 
Forty-second 

Control tephen, teamster, res Lusk ave bet Forty-first 

and Fori 'lid 

CONVENT OF OUR LADY OF THE 
SACRED HEART, Mother Elizabeth superior, 
L534 Webster 
Converse Albert, teamster Maxwell a- Pearce, res L309 

Broadway 
Conv< rse Harry, bookkeeper, 8 F, res L309 Broadway 

•it operator W U T Co, S F, ( .»7n Madison 
R P Mi 809 Broadway 

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Conway Mary Miss, res 1168 Seventh 

Conway Ollie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Conway Thomas, gardener, res s s Birch nr Broadway 

Cooey Harry, res Wilcox Block 

Coogan Mike, res Winthrop House 

Cook Austin, miller, res 14l8 Eleventh 

Cook Capt Mrs, res 821 Washington 

Cook Caroline Mrs, widow, res 1378 Ninth 

Cook Charles, brakeman S P Co, res 1671 William 

Cook Charles J, gripman OCR Co, res 682 Twenty-fourth 

Cook Chas W, clerk Southern California Insurance Co, res 

1326 Linden 
Coogan T C, atty-at-law, S F, res 1217 Filbert 
Cook Alex J, cattle buyer, res 1319 Eleventh ave 
Cook Alex J, traveling salesman, S F, res 1319 Eleventh ave 
Cook Alice Miss, dressmaker Mrs H T Caldwell, res 766 

Twenty-first 
Cook Amanda, folder Pacific Press, res 912 Clay 
Cook A R, cattle buyer, res 1319 Eleventh ave 
Cook Cosumne P, artist, S F, res s s Forty-third, first house 

from Telegraph ave 
Cook Edith Miss, res 1003 Franklin 
Cook Edna A, bookkeeper John *Cushing & Son, res 1003 

Franklin 
Cook Edward, laborer California Door Co, res 971 Third 
Cook Emily, student Dupue& A ydelotte's Business College, 

res 1222 Fourteenth 
Cook E P, clerk S P Co, res 1326 Linden 
Cook Ernest A, candy mfr, 1271 San Pablo ave, res same 
Cook F M, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Cook F B, clerk Harrison & Boyce, res 473 Twenty-fourth 
Cook Fred W, machinist, S F, res 766 Twenty-first 
Cook George, engineer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, 

res same 
Cook George W, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 

960 Fifth 
Cook Charles, stockbroker, S F, res 504 Fifteenth 
Cook George, fireman S P Co, res 802 Wood 
Cook George, driver J H Mount, res cor Forty-fifth and 

Telegraph ave 
Cook George W, chemist, S F, res 1326 Linden 
Cook George W Jr, clerk, S F/res 1326 Linden 
Cook Harriet M Mrs, dressmaking, 1003 Franklin, res same 
Cook Henry A, res 1319 Eleventh ave 

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Twelfth ave 

Cook James, watchman S P Co, res 1630 Webb ave, Alameda 
H Q Cook John P, clerk W W Blow, res 1222 Fourteenth 
Cook John R, student, res 1319 Eleventh ave 

k Lizzie N Miss, stenographer, S F, res 1222 Fourteenth 
Cook Mary E Miss, res 1319 Eleventh ave 
C<»ok Maud Miss, res 1003 Franklin 
Cook Millie Miss, res 1378 Ninth 

Cook N B, carpenter Burnham-Standeford Co, res Alameda 
Cook Nellie Miss, teacher Lafayette School, res 1326 Linden 
Cook Oliver, engineer Commercial Steam Power Works, S 

F, res 218 Seventh 
I Cook Peter, printer, res 1222 Fourteenth 
| Cook Robert, machinist, res 1659 Thirteenth 
j Cook Sarah E Mrs, res 1512 Eighth 
| Cook S M, res 680 Tenth 
; Cook Susan Miss, res 1378 Ninth 

^Cook Thomas K, clerk Kohler & Chase, res 711 Fourth 
Cook W F, bartender W J Ballard, res 473 Twenty-fourth 
H»oke Clara Miss, res 1769 Tenth ave 
j Cooke D D, clerk Charles Baab, res 972 Broadway 
Cooke Frank, real estate, res 503 E Twenty-fourth 
hfl Cooke Frank W, foreman Daily Alta, S F, res 1309 Eighth 
£ji Cooke Franklin, with John L Cooke, res Tenth ave cor 
Twenty-fourth 
| Cooke Gracie Miss, res 1227 Linden 

S Cooke Harry A, clerk Anglo-Nevada Bank, S F, res 1769 
Tenth ave 
I Cooke II K Mrs. res 1227 Linden 
^| Cooke Horace T. rea 1769 Tenth ave 

^U ( '""ke John L, real estate, 618 E Eleventh, res 1769 Tenth 
» av 

Sq >ke Louis II, re. 70 E Twelfth 

Cooke Robert, Bupl Gospel Temperance Home, 1161 Frank- 
ly] lin. re- vaine 
H^ S mley J, Btadent, res 1769 Tenth ave 

C< Win II Lev. pastor Golden Gate Congregational 

W Church, res 925 Thirty-sixth 

fa Louis, paper hanger, 8 F. res 1521 Eighth 
graph ave 

m Oool Russell H, dentist, 1115 Broadway, res same 

^sSsJ < '"lhaUL'li Lli/ahetli Mr>, re< 1 no<» Te-nth ; ( 

m COOLBRITH INA D MISS, librarian Oakland 

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Coolidge Fannie Mis-, stenographer and typewriter, S F, 

res 695 Thirty-fourth 
Coolidge George H, boiler maker Clark & Wooley. res Win- 

throp House 
Coolidge G W, clerk S F, res 817 Franklin 
Coolidge James C, res 695 Thirty-fourth 
Coolidge Jane Mrs, res 809 Sixteenth 
Coolidge Nellie, folder Pacific Press, res 809 Sixteenth 
Coolidge Nellie Miss, res 809 Sixteenth 
Coon Hannah Mrs, res 1157 Alice 
COON MATTHEW F, wood engraver S F, res 

Twelfth nr Railroad ave, Golden Gate 
Cooper A F, mining, res 364 E Fifteenth 
Cooney Thomas B, res 1726 Thirteenth 
Cooney Robert, repairer S P Co, res 811 Campbell 
Cooper A T, 756 Seventh 
Cooper E Mason, general supt Wells, Fargo & Co. S F, res 

933 Adeline 
Cooper E Russell, atty-at-law and notary public A A Moore, 

res 829 Grove 
Cooper E T, architecht, draughtsman, surveyor and blue 

printing, res 829 Grove 
Cooper Frances Miss, res 364 E Fifteenth 
Cooper Frank, saloon, 579 Third, res 601 Third 
Cooper Frank, clerk J S G Gordon & Co, res 1019 Fifth ave 
Cooper F W, employe City Brass Works, res 601 Third 
Cooper George, engineer S P Co, res 816 Campbell 
Cooper Henry, res 833 Market 
Cooper Henry Mrs, res 833 Market 
Cooper James, saloon, 2301 Peralta, and laborer Judson 

Manufacturing Co, res 2303 Peralta 
Cooper James, ship carpenter S P Co, res 816 Campbell 
Cooper John E, lather, res 469 Twenty-first 
Cooper John H, proof-reader Oakland Enquirer, res Berkeley 
Cooper Joseph, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, 601 

Jefferson 
Cooper Margaret B Mrs, widow, res 963 Oak 
Cooper Philip, student, res 1019 Fifth ave 
Cooper R A, lather, res 615 Fourth 

Cooper Thomas, millwright, res Hopkins nr Fruit Vale ave 
Cooper Walter A (C A Scoville & Co) res 813 Thirteenth 
Cooper Win, lumber tallyman S P Co, res 371 Fifth 
Cooper Wm. boiler maker S P Co, res 1659 William 









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Dope Amanda Miss, res 859 Castro 

W. stock broker, S F, res 1427 Filbert 

Cope Georgie Miss, student, res L427 Filbert 
Miss, student, rea 1 -4 "J 7 Filbert 

Cope John, mill band California Door Co, res 1806 Seventh 

Cope W W, atty-at-law. S F, res 1427 Filbert 

peland Alex, carpenter S P Co, res 618 E Seventeenth 

Copeland Ira Y, rea 688 Twenty4fourth 

Copeland Isaac, real estate conveyancer and assayer, 1669 
San Pablo aw and 688 Twenty-fourth, res same 

Copenhagen Lester, res 374 Tenth 

COPLIN ALANSON, corsets, ladies' and chil- 
dren's underwear. 1171 Broadway, and editor and pro- 
prietor Holiness Evangelist) and pastor Church of 
Christ, res 536 Thirty-firsl 

Coplin Albeit, stair builder, S F, res 536 Thirty-first 

Copp Charles W, lather, res 1265 Cypress 

Copp Georgie M Miss, employe E Book, res 1815 Short 

Copp Battie J Miss, res L815 Short 

(opp II E Mrs, res 1815 Shorl 

Copp Nettie M Miss, milliner KAHN BROS, res L265 
( lypress 

Coppe Antoinette Mrs, n - 866 Isabella 

1 [ueugniol G B, draughtsman Building and Bridge dept 

- 1'. rea 164 Clara 
Corberl Anita Miss, student High School, rea 1064 Tenth 
beit A L Mrs, res 1064 Tenth 

ie Miss, rea L064 Tenth 
betl Emma M iss, res 1 63 Seventh 
Corbett Joseph, engineer s p Co, rea 163 Seventh 

rbetl Katie Miss, rea s l 7 Filbert 
( lorbett Lizzie M iss, rea 1 63 Seventh 

rbetl Mary Mi — , domestic, rea s 17 Filbert 
bett Sarah Mrs", widow, rea s l 7 Filbert 
belt Wm, laundry man Contra Costra Laundry 

e H, r< Wesl bet Thirty-eighth and Thirty- 
ninth 

I » 1 shoemaker Wentworth Boot A Sh< 

Jam Miss, domestic Misa M II Peters, 969 Grove 

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Cordan H Mrs, res 368 E Sixteenth 

Cordan Joseph, plumber, res 368 E Sixteenth 

Cordan M A Miss, res 368 E Sixteenth 

Cordan Theresa Miss, res 368 E Sixteenth 

Cordano Amelia Miss, dressmaker Lehnig & Wagner, res 

655 Myrtle 
Cordano Antonio, bootblack, res 655 Myrtle 
Cordano John, res First ave nr Claremont ave 
Cordano Michael, bootblack, S F, res 655 Myrtle 
Cordano Victorine Miss, res 655 Myrtle 
Cordeiro John S, dairyman, res Vernon ave 
Cordell Thomas, stock broker, S F, res 1405 Webster 
Corder Francis E, tanner Thomas W Corder, res Lorin 
Corder James G, glue and soap factory, Dalton ave nr 

Green, Stock Yards, res same 
Corder John, engineer, res 759 Grove 
CORDER THOMAS W, proprietor Stock Yard 

Tannery, Stock Yards, res 1118 Brush 
Cordes Anna A Miss, teacher Harrison School, res Alameda 
Cordes H C, traveling agt L Feldman & Co, S F, res 1077 

Twelfth 
Cordes John J E, clerk Home Mutual Fire Insurance Co, 

res High st, Alameda 
Cordon L, carpenter Burnham-Standeford Co 
Cordon T, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, res 

same 
Cordrey Nephi, teamster, res Shuey ave 
Corkery Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 1326 Eleventh ave 
Corkery Dennis J, clerk JAS A JOYCE, res 1326 

Eleventh ave 
Corkery Philip, res 814 Henry (rear) 
Corlett Katie Miss, res 951 Webster 
Corlett Laura Miss, speeder California Cotton Mills Co, res 

951 Webster 
Corlett Mary A Mrs, bakery, 951 Webster, res same 
Corlev Thomas, nurseryman, res old Countv Road bet 

Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth aves 
Corliss Albert H, collector History Co, res 265 Fifth 
Corliss Elihu M, car repairer, res 1620 Eighth 
Corliss Ella Miss, res 1620 Eighth 

Corliss Hattie Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 1620 Eighth 
Cornberger Charles, painter, res 1008 Wood 
Corneal Thomas D, res 720 Fourteenth 
Cornelius Fred, carpet layer J J Lerri & Co, res 1 T> 4 2 

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Cornell Charles A. door maker California Door Co, res 1707 

Eighth 
Cornel] Chas E, cashier, S F, res 1365 Thirteenth ave 
Cornel] Chaa M. contractor and builder, res 561 E Eigh- 
teenth 
Cornell George P, miner, res 2 14 Tenth 
Cornell John, upholsterer, res 527 Seventh 
Cornell Thomas, butcher Fred Becker, res Furniss Hotel 

i nell.m L C, cleaner S P Co, res 1662 Pacific 
Cornfield Isaac, peddler, res 517 Third 

Cornish William C, gardener J H Thomas, res Fruit Vale ave 
Cornor Charles B, boot maker C W Cornor, res 917 Webster 
Cornor Charles W, boot and shoe maker, 367 Twelfth, res 

'.'17 Webster 
Cornwall Alice, clerk Land Title Co, res 1369 Twenty-fourth 

ave 
Cornwall Ambrose, dentist, 1069 Broadway, res Hotel Merritt 

rnwall Fleet, student, res Hotell Merritt 
Cornwall Henry F, boot cutter, res 1369 Twenty-fourth ave 
CORNWALL A, dentist. L069 Broadway, res Ver- 



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Corn well A Mrs, res 756 Seventh 

Cornwell John V, laborer, res 1814 Union 

Corona Gregorio, Laborer, res 373 Fourth 

COBONEB, ALAMEDA CO, Henry Evere, 865 

Washington 
Corothers Mary Mrs, res s 'Jl Magnolia 
Uorreia Antonio F, laborer Smith & Jorgensen, res 607 E 

Eleventh 
Corrieri Brothers (D, G and F) plaster decorations, 653 
Harrison 

rieri I) (Corrieri Bros) res 653 Harrison 
( lorrieri F ( < 'orrieri Bros ) n 1 [arrison 

< 'orrieri G (( Jorrieri Bros | n 1 [arrison 

student, pea v J I Linden 
Corrigan James II. salesman, res 818 Brush 
in John s. carpenter, res Fruit Vale 
ii Petei . i es N ° 1 Linden 
m Arm and, carpenter, S F, res McKee, Lorin 
Edward L, watchman U S Mint, S F, res L66? Wil- 
liam 

I Iwurd L Jr, cleaner 8 P Co, res 1667 William 

1 ' Mind in,t lifornia Door < !o, res I 

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Corto Joseph, laborer, res 601 Webster 
Corvenius H Mrs, res 940 Filbert 
Corwin , engineer, res 955 Seventh 



Corwin Cecil, student, res 1512 Eighth 

Corwin Emeline A Mrs, dressmaker, res 1512 Eighth 
|| Corwin Everett, engineer S P Co, res 1784 Division 
J) Corwin J Baldwin, lumber dealer, res Ross House 
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Corvell Lottie Miss, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res 
* 1005 Webster 

Cosine Joseph, employe California Jute Mills 

Cosme Manuel, employe California Jute Mills 

Cosmopolitan Hall, Thos D Sullivan propr, 2969 Telegraph 
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Cosser William, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 969 
Fifth 

Costa Antone, laborer S P Co, res 1813 Taylor 

Costa Joseph, laborer, res 255 Second 

Costa Joseph, emplove California Jute Mills, res 709 E 
Twelfth 

Costa Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Costa Joseph Jr, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Costa Manuel, laundryman Contra Costa Laundrv 

Costa Manuel, res 822 E Twelfth 

Costa Manuel, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res Sev- 
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Costa Manuel, fireman S P Co, res 833 Ceder 

Costa Mary, employe California Jute Mills 

Costello Frank, sash maker California Door Co 

Costello James, boiler maker Clark & Wooley, res S F 

Costello Martin F, Steward Galindo Hotel, res 2224 Peralta 

Costello Patrick, brake man S P Co, res 1355 Eighteenth 

Coster Anthony M, mill hand, res 1676 Sixteenth 

Coster Emanuel R, laborer, res 16 Hannah 

Coster Frank, restaurant, res 1676 Sixteenth 

Coster John, laborer, res 152 Louisa 
I Costigan Augustus B, clerk Costigan, Cohen & Co, S F, res H ™ ~ 

1305 Franklin 
| Costigan Effie Miss, res 1305 Franklin 
j Costigan James M, grain broker, S F, res L305 Franklin 

Costigan John H, conductor S P C<», res 460 E Eleventh 
j Cotter Julia Mrs, widow, res 967 Cyress 
i Cotter Patrick J, employe OCR Co, res 588 Charter 
! Cotter Thomas, wool buyer, S F, res 1407 Castro 



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Cottier Hattie Miss, res 116*J Union 
Cottier Katie Miss, student, res 1162 Union 

ttier Mamie Miss, dressmaker, rfes 1162 Union 
Cottier Maud Miss, operator Sunset Telephone and Tele- 
graph Co, res 1 162 Union 
Cottier \Vm P, inventor, res 1162 Union 
Cottle Fannie E Miss, res 1279 Twenty-third ave 
I Cottle Timothy C, deputy sheriff, res 1279 Twenty-third ave 
Cotton Frank E, foreman California Bridge Co, S F, res 

590 Thirty-fifth 
Cotton I- F, painter, res 714 Castro 

ttrell Charles, rea 1722 Linden 
Cottrell Fred, res 1221 Myrtle 

Cottrell Geo, vice-prea Oakland Iron Works, res 1722 Lin- 
den ■ 
Cottrell Barry D, rea 122] Myrtle 
Cottrell Henry, rea L221 Myrtle 
Coughlan Ellen Mrs, rea 616 Fourth 
Coughlin Catherine Mrs, rea 123 Hannah 
Coughlin James, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, rea cor 
Jefferson and < trove 

ighlin .lame-, round house S P Co. res Pullman Hotel 
Coughlin Jeremiah, hostler clover'- Stable, rea 835 Brush 
Coughlin John, blacksmith S P Co, rea L519 Seventh 

ighlin John, painter-, res 378 Seventh 
Coughlin John A. clerk JAMES A JOYCE, rea 123 

I lannah 

Coughlin John J. bookkeeper M De La Montanya, rea Clar- 
endon I [0U86 
Coughlin Wm, baseball player, res Clarendon House 
< loulter Fanu I lomestic, L212 Poplar 

lib • Louise Miss, dressmaker, res 315 Tenth 
Counihan John, laborer, rea 267 Second 

COUNTY ASSESSOR, Thomas Mollov. Court 
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County Recorder, Firman D Hinds, Hall of Records 

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 

SCHOOLS, P M Fisher, Court House, office days 
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County Surveyor, Geo L Nusbaumer, Court House 

County Tax Collector, Court House 

County Treasurer, Court House 

Couralet J Miss, laundress Mrs C Coin, res 1370 Broadwav 

Courant Benj, clerk JAMES A JOYCE, res 40 Sum- 
mer 

Courant Frank, saloon 464 Ninth, res 1361 Tenth nr Web- 
ster 

Courbare & Buisine, French Laundry 1082 Fourteenth ave 

Courelet John, gardener, res 855 Alice 

Courrier Edith, folder Pacific Press, res 1453 Broadwav 

Coursen E A Mrs, res 872 Willow 

Coursen Florence Miss, res 872 Willow 

Coursen Ida L, operator Pacific Postal Telegraph Cable Co, 
res 872 Willow 

COURT COMMISSIONER, Alameda county 
Daniel M Conner, 957 Broadway 

Court Joseph, boots and shoes, 1237 Peralta, res same 

Courtian Eugene L, miller, res 708 Sixth 

Courtney Martin, laborer SP Co, res Shell Mound Station 

Courtney Wm P, umbrella repairer, 1315 San Pablo ave. 
res same 

Courvoisier Fred L, res 550 Twentieth 

Cousins, Arthur H, res 865 Campbell 

Cousins Frank, helper Geo Christ man, res Second 

Covalt A B insurance S F, res 668 Tenth 

Covell alCvin H, res 418 E Twenty-third 

Covell Chas A, plumber, res Franklin Hotel 

Covell Lulu O Miss, res 418 E Twenty-third 

Covell Mattie E Miss, student, res 418 E Twenty-third 

Covell Nellie F Miss, student, res 41 S E Twenty-third 

Coveny John W, carpenter, res 816 Harrison 

Covert F, asst DrH E Muller. res 1155 Broadway 

Covert S H, foreman painter S P Co. res 1714 Seward 

Covington Sydney, teamster, res 209Third 

Covington Simeon,cook St Joseph'- Academy; res 200 Third 

Cowan Ellen Mrs. res 1813 William 

Cowan Ewing, painter, res 1710 Fourteenth 

Cowan Laura Mrs (Cowan & Spencer) res 867 Chester 



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Coward Percy H, bookkeeper S F, and job printing office, 

Masonic Temple, res 920 Sixth ave 
Cowell Charles II. gasfitter, res 412 E Sixteenth 
Cowell Elisabeth .1 Miss, res 1656 Thirteenth ave 
Cowell John, carpenter, res 367 E Eighteenth 
Cowell Richard (George Hill & Co) res 412 E Sixteenth 
Cowell Thomas, laborer, res 1656 Thirteenth ave 
Cowell Thomas Jr, carriage trimmer, res 1656 Thirteenth 

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Cowen Bell Mrs, nurse, res Clinton House 
Cowen Thomas, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 1719 

Fourteenth 
Cow lev Ed, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 1099 

Third 
Cowley Peter, machinist, res 638 Chestnut 
Cox C, printer, res 821 Washington 

r Fanny M Mrs, res 1785 William 
Cox G, wood turner Burnham-Standeford Co, res 1318 
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1 ■ i (r Jr, wood turner McManus & Gartner, res 202 B 
\ Geo G, wood turner, res 204 B 

u Mrs, grocer, 202 B, res 204 B 
< i Jr, wood turner, res 204 B 
■ W. mining engineer, res Clairmount ave 
rgiana Miss, res 20 1 P> 
• \ James W. res 1005 Market 
x •! T, carriage depository, S F, res 1023 Eighth 
•X J T Mrs, physician, 954 Broadway, res same 
rick A (McMillan A Cox) res 837 Market 
ton T, res 557 Albion 
Thomas, coachman, res L305 Webster 
i Thomas J, conductor 8 PCo, rea B65 E Fifteenth 
\ Walter L, res 821 Washington 
1 . W'm, wood turner McManus & Gartner, res 204 B 
>xhead Edith Miss, rea 67 I Sixteenth 
: 9 res 674 Sixteenth 
COXHEAD THOMAS, physician and Burgeon, 
intra! Block, rooms 9, L0 and li. res 674 Sixteenth 

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l ' iel, laborer, rea Winthrop House 
Henry, fireman 8 P Co, rea 813 Franklin 
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Coyne Dennis E, cleaner S P Co, res 825 Chester 

Coyne John, blacksmith J Brode, res 825 Chester 

Coyne John, salesman P Gibbons, res 1473 Seventh 

Coyne Michael, repairer S P Co, res 825 Chester 

Coyne Thomas, teamster Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
Park ave nr Horton, Emeryville 

Cozzens Arthur E, res 172 Second 

Cozzens Frank H, plumber James Wilson, res 172 Second 

Cozzens J A Mrs, teacher, res 172 Second 

Crabb Robert, plasterer, res cor E Eleventh and Twenty- 
fourth ave 

Crabtree C L, asst general baggage agt S P Co, S F, res 560 
E Sixteenth 

Crabtree Eunice Mrs, widow, res 1653 Grove 

Crabtree Mabel Miss, res 560 E Sixteenth 

Crabtree Thomas, horse shoer Martin Ryan, res San Pablo 
ave nr Seventeenth 

Crach Chas, pants maker M J KELXEH, res Weber 
Hotel 

Crackels Richard, painter, res 634 Valdez 

Cracker Frank E, clerk Coleman Furniture Co, res 405 Ninth 

Craddock Charles F, atty-at-law, res 262 Eighth 

Craddock Geo W, pressman Oakland Enquirer, res 262 
Eighth 

Crafat Louis, laborer, res 614 E Sixteenth 

Craffe Henry, res 1052 E Twenty-first 

Craffe Josie Miss, telegraph operatar, res 1052 E Twenty- 
first 

Craft Harry M, clerk Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 
1416 West 

Craft Mabel C Miss, res 1009 Tenth ave 

Craft N E (Craft & Russell) res 1009 Tenth ave 

Craft Richard C, clerk Craft & Russell, res 1009 Tenth ave 

Craft & Russell (N E Craft and G A Russell) groceries, 552 
E Twelfth 

Crafts F N, police officer, res 329 Fifth 

Crafts F N, patrolman, res 329 Fifth 

Cragin George A> clerk Washburn-Moen Manufacturing Co, 
S F, res 726 Eleventh 

Craib Elizabeth Mrs, milliner, res Girard House 

Craig Albert W, photographer, res 177 Eighth 

Craig Arthur, res 1003 Twelfth 

Craig Dora Miss, res 1325 Alice 

Craig F William, carpenter S P Co, res 971 Pine 

Craig Homer A, insurance, S F, res 1325 Alice 



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lia ni C. ca rpenter. S F. res 1621 Thirteenth 
CRAIG WILLIAM H. dentist, 1055 Broadway 
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Craiv Elizabeth I saleslady Leroy H Briggs, res Girard 

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Craker Tudson T. door maker California Door Co. res 1709 

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Cram Adeline Jon ^acher of elocution, res 1513 

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Crandell Thom, rnplove Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 

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Crane J Elbert, clerk SI • teenth 

Crane Julia Miss teenth 

Crane Lauren E. expert bo th 

;ie S T Mrs, re^ 1468 Gr< 

Crane Thomas, electrotyper Pacific 1 leventh 

Crane Wm P. machinist S P Co, res 1825 William 

Crane Wm W, clerk Union National Bank, re- 17J1 Thir- 
teenth are 

Cranwell James J Rev. asst rector Church of the Immacu- 
late Conception, res 616 Seventh 

Cranz Ewald. salesman, res 1615 Eighth 

Cranz Ferdinand, music teacher, 1615 Eighth, res same 

Cranz Ferdinand Jr, tobacco broker, S F. res 1023 Kirkham 

Crapo Chas \V. res 1754 Tenth ave 

Crapo Wm W, carpenter, res 1754 Tenth ave 

Crase A, fireman S P Co, res 177 ^ Seventh 
i Crase James, engineer S P Co, res 1421 Twelfth 

Crase Lottie Miss, student, res 1421 Twelfth 

Craven A, carpenter W J Veitch & Bro. res 777 Fourteenth 

Craven Benjamin Harrison, searcher of records Stocker A 

Holland, res 1271 Jackson 
1 Cravol Jose, laborer, res l s 7'» Atlantic 

Crawford Amelia Miss, medical student, res Crawford, 
Golden Gate 

Crawford Archibald, res San Pablo ave nr Powell. Golden 
Gate 

Crawford Arthur W, carpenter, res 404 Fifth 

Crawford Charles C, undertaker Albert Brown, res 
Thirteenth 

Crawford E C Miss, res 1300 Harrison 

CRAWFORD ENGLISH AND MANU- 
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bovs, TO Crawford principal. 1020 Oak 
Crawford Eva E Miss, res 1020 Oak 
Crawford Ezekiel W, res San Pablo ave nr Powell. Golden 

Gate 
Crawford F Marion, business mgr Alta California. S F, res 

The Centennial 
Crawford George H (Crawford & Lodge) SE cor Seventh and 

Market 
Crawford Goodwin, student, res Crawford, Golden Gate 
Crawford John M, collector, S F, res 1161 Center 
Crawford John W, carpenter, res Crawford, Golden Gate 
Crawford & Lodge (G H Crawford & J C Lodge) boot and 

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rea L020 Oak 
I Crawford Mary A Mrs, res 1784 San Pablo ave 
Crawford Thomas, printer Fonda & Co, res 1521 Ninth 
Crawford Thomas L, laborer, res 1364 Tenth 
CRAWFORD THOMAS O, principal English 

and Manual Training School, res 1020 Oak 
; Crawford Wm, barber, 1421 San Pablo ave, res same 
Creba Joseph, upholsterer Creba & Fisher, res 1728 Seward 
Crebbin John propr Pacific Restaurant and Oyster House, 

469 Eleventh, res Willamette House 
Creed Wm H, atty-at-law, S F, res 575 Hobart 
Creedon Timothy, painter Wm H Cahill, res Alameda 
Creegan K Miss, res The Olive 
Creek Joseph, laborer, res Dalton ave nr Railroad Stock 

Yards 
Crellald C, boiler maker Clark & Wooley 
Crellin John, vice-pres Morgan Oyster Co, S F, res 1061 Oak 
Crellin T Arthur, clerk Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 

1061 Oak 
Crellin Thomas (Morgan Oyster Co, S F) res 1364 Broad- 

way 
Creapino C (Crespino & Co) res e s Telegraph ave nr 

Vernon 
Crespino & Co (C Crespino & F Cecchettini) Central Gar- 
den, e s Telegraph ave nr Vernon 
Cresswell Andrew L, real estate and auctioneer, S F, res 

1311 Eighth 
Cresswell Wm A, clerk W & J Sloan, S F, res 1425 Eighth 

ave 
Cresswell Wm P, auctioneer, S F, res 1425 Eighth ave 
Creveling George W, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 

662 Linden 
Crinnion Peter, carpenter and builder, res 944 Union 
Crippfl Hi'iirv T. clerk, S F, res 1106 Peralta 
Crist Elisabeth Mrs, res 615 Thirteenth 
Crist George F (Q P Crist & Sons) res 1053 E Fourteenth 
Crist Q 1 A 8ona (Q F, J A and R F) proprs Brooklyn 

Tannery, coi E Twelfth and Twenty-second ave 
Criil Julius A (Q P Crist 6 Sons) res 1053 E Fourteenth 
Crist Rudolph P(G F Crist & Sons) res 1068 E Fourteenth 
Crisfl Sophie Mrs, widow, res 1220 Tenth 

Crittenden Alice, domestic, <'>ir> E Eighteenth 
Crittenden Barley B, grocer, 275 E Twelfth, res same 
Crittenden Phebc Mr-, res 1103 E Fifteenth 



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Croak James, broommaker Industrial Home for the Adult 

Blind, res same 
Croca Manuel, fireman S P Co, res 1465 Thirteenth 
Crocker Calvin H, mariner, res 1674 Eighth 
Crocker Charles S, conductor S P Co, res 1065 Peralta 
Crocker Frank E, auctioneer and salesman Ham Coleman, 

res 405 Ninth 
Crocker Laura Miss, saleslady KAHN BROS, 405 

Ninth 
Crocker Maria C, dressmaker, 1161 Campbell, res same 
Crockett C M Mrs, res 2175 E Fourteenth 
Crockett Emma Miss, res 2175 E Fourteenth 
Crockett George A, steamship mate, res 815 Thirteenth 
Crofoot William M, sewing machine agt, res Forty-fifth nr 

Adeline 
Croghan Francis, chief engineer steamer Bonita, res 1551 

Seventh 
Croley George H, employe Cackler, S F, res 1815 Short 
Crompton Elizabeth H Mrs, res Forty-fifth nr Salem 
Crompton Martha Miss, res cor B and Adeline 
Crompton Mary- Miss, res cor B and Adeline 
Crompton Robert, pattern maker Oakland Iron Works, res 

cor B and Hannah 
Cron Minnie Miss, res 655 E Twelfth 
Cron Tillie Miss, res 955 E Twelfth 
Cron Wm (Wm Cron & Son) res 955 E Twelfth 
Cron Wm Jr (Wm Cron & Son) res 517 Eighteenth 
Cron Wm, laborer S P Co 
Cron Wm & Son (Wm and Wm Jr) proprs Golden Rule 

Market, 1150 Washington 
Cronan Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 561 E Fifteenth 
Cronan Daniel, res Winthrop House 
Cronan Ellen Mrs, res 561 E Fifteenth 

Cronan John, farmer, res cor Old County road and Mitchell 
Cronan John, laborer S P Co, res 6224- Henrv 
Cronan John, res Winthrop House 
Cronan John Jr, laborer S P Co, res 622£ Henry 
Cronin , driver Contra Costa Laundry, res 864 Wash- 
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Cronin Cornelius, broommaker Industrial Home for the 

Adult Blind, res same 
Cronin Daniel, employe Gas Co, reo 670 E Sixteenth 
Cronin James T, coat maker M J KEIjIjER, res Ori- 
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Cronin J, switchman S P Co, res 1720 William 
Cronin John, conductor S P Co, res 1720 William 

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Cronin Lawrence, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Cronin Stephen D, sewer contractor, 1172 Broadway, res 

1814 Grove 
Cronin Win F, cigar maker, 1814 Grove, res same 
Cronkrite John W, shoemaker, 1711 San Pablo ave, res 

same 
Cronly Maiia Mrs, res 827 Oak 
Crooker Win, storage, 1611 Seventh, res same 
Crooks William, hostler Chieftain Livery Stables, m» Eu- 
reka Hotel 
Croon John F, res 937 Poplar 
Cr. pley Simmons, driver, res 1936 Linden 
Cropp David, teamster Remillard Brick Co 
Cropp H, employe Electric Light Co, res 572 Tenth 
Cropper Adelaide A Mrs, dressmaker, res 1511 Brush 
Crosbie William, laborer, res Thirty-eighth nr West 
I Crosby George, barber, res 1054 Broadway 
Crosby John B, barber W H Stewart, res 1054 Broadway 
I Crosby Laura Miss, res 534 Sycamore 
; Crosby M, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Crosby Michael G, blacksmith S P Co, res 1715 Taylor 
Cross A C, carpenter W T Veitch & Bro, res 314 E Six- 
teenth 
Cross Betsy Mrs, widow, res 1724 Eighth 
Cross Carrie Miss, res 903 Market 

Cross Florence E Miss, dressmaker, res 1002 Twenty-eighth 
Cross Ilattie Miss, res 1724 Eighth 
Cross Jainea II Mrs, res 903 Market 

Cross Lillie Mrs, clerk Ahrahamson Bros, res Bank Building 
Cross Thomas S, bookkeeper McMillan & Cox, res Market 
Street Bouse 
William, collector, S F, res 1189 E Fifteenth 
Grosser William J, emplove Pacific Iron and Nail Co, 969 
Fifth 

< rossley ('has, Bhoemaker P W Westlake, res 1843 Seventh 
I rossley Geo W, carpenter, res 1S43 Seventh 
Croisley Harry, millhand California Door Co, res 1843 

renth 
CrossmaD .John, foreman 8 P Co, 9 P, res 1621 Taylor 
CrostQl] E C Mi — , dressmaker, res 1260 West 

MKi i ai ..- . clerk s P ( Jo, res L260 West 
Croter Uaxarus, junk dealer, res 219 Second 
ucli &i rtha Miss, rea L061 Seventh ave 
Ovouoh Elisha, capitalist, rea L063 Seventh aw 
Grouse Minnie Mte . dressmaker, rea 380 E Eleventh 

< i« of* Dxa\Mi . student, rei "' s " El Eleventh 

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Crow Isaac P, res 1320 Chestnut 

Crow John, laborer S P Co, res 1812 Seventh 

Crow Wm, laborer S P Co, res 1787 South 

Crow Wm, laborer S P Co, res 1832 Seventh 

Crowell C E, student, res 1012 Jefferson 

Crowell Geo D, brakeman S P Co, res 805 Webster 

Crowhurst Ernest, coachman J L Howard, Vernon Heights 

Crowhurst William, lecturer, res 1224£ Twenty-third ave 

Crowley Con, teamster, res 1501 Third 

CROWLEY DANIEL (Burtchaell & Crowley) res 

670 Sycamore 
Crowley Daniel, res 314 Thirteenth 
Crowley Daniel, laborer, res 214 Hollis 
Crowley Daniel, res 1517 Fifth 
CROWLEY D D DR, city health officer, 1103i 

Broadway, res Blake House 
Crowley Edward, helper V L Fortin, res Fourth 
Crowley H, clerk, res The Olive 
Crowley Jeremiah C, clerk JAS A JOYCE, res 226 

Ninth 
Crowley John, barber Abe Davis, res 1501 Third 
Crowley John, laborer S P Co, res 1659 Pacific 
Crowley John D, laborer, res 1517 Fifth 
Crowley John J, deck hand, res 1517 Fifth 
Crowley Joseph, student, res 1920 Linden 
Crowley Kate, domestic, 970 Sixteenth 
Crowley Katie Miss, dressmaker, res 1920 Linden 
Crowley M, res 1616 Taylor 
Crowley Mary J Mrs, res 670 Sycamore 
Crowley Michael J, laborer, res 1920 Linden 
Crowley Minnie Miss, res 1920 Linden 
Crowley Minnie Miss, domestic, res 1410 Franklin 
Crowley Thomas, wines and liquors, 1453 San Pablo ave, 

res 1005 Franklin 
Crowley Timothy, cleaner S P Co, res 214 Hollis 
Crowley Timothy J, propr Eastern Market, 1561 Broadway, 

res 1607 Brush 
Crudan Stewart, res Winthrop House 
Cruff T H, mgr Harrison & Boyce's Branch Grocery, 1143 

E Fourteenth, res 1520 Twenty-third ave 
Cruft John, teacher of music, res 667 Sixth 
Cruft John Jr, musician, res 667 Sixth 
Cruickshank James, driver Eclipse Cracker Co, 562 Sixth 
Cruin Nellie T Mrs, missionary (Baptist) res 564 Fifteenth 
Crum Casper C, upholsterer S P Co, res 1711 Taylor 



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Crum J J, upholsterer S P Co, res NW cor Seventh and 
Washington 

Crummey James (Crumraey & Hall) res S F 

Crummey & Hall (James Crummey and James Hall) whole- 
sale butchers. Stock Yards 

Cruse George C, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 
513 Madison 

Cruse Win. foreman S P Co, res Pullman Hotel 

Cruz £ Bernard (Frank Cruz and John Bernard) grocers, 
273 B 

Cruz Frank (Cruz & Bernard) res 256 Harlan 

Cruz Henry, mariner, res 113 Hollis 

Cruz Henry J (Cruz & Kennedy) res 113 Hollis 

Cruz Joseph B, plumber, res 1014 Twenty-eighth 

Cruz Juan, laborer R Franke & Co 

Cruz A: Kennedy (Henry Cruz and J J Kennedy) wood and 
coal, hay and grain, 1465-1467 Eighth 

Cruz Manuel, laborer, res 254 Harlan 

Cruz Mary F Miss, dressmaker, res 113 Hollis 

Cruze Antone, laborer S PCo 

Cuddy (Jeorge F, mill hand California Door Co, res 1064 

Willow' 
Juddy John, printer, S F, res 1064 Willow 
luddy John E, printer, res 1064 Willow 

Culhane Edward L, fireman S P Co, res 758 Willow 

Culhane E L Mrs, res 1068 Kirkbam 

lulhane James 0, fireman S PCo, res Wesl Oakland House 
lullen Alice .1 Miss, teacher Kindergarten! S F, res 1219 

Eleventh ave 
lullen Edith M Miss, student, res 1219 Eleventh aye 
'ullen Edward, shoemaker, res L122 Kirkbam 
lullen Edward S, laborer, res L122 Kirkbam 
'ullen Elizabeth R Mrs, res L219 Eleventh aye 
'ullen Fannie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
'ullen John, laborer S P Co, res 410 Tenth 
'ullen John, boiler maker S P Co, res ( .'1 ( .» Ali< 
lullen Lavina Miss, compositor, res ( . , <;-_> Center 
lullen Marian B Miss, student, res 1219 Eleventh ave 
lullen Michael, capitalist, res L007 E Fourteenth 
'ullen Michael I ion foreman 8 P Co, res 700 Twenty- 

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Cullen 8, 6 rem an 8 P ( lo, res 962 < 'enter 
lullen Thomas . machinisl . res 962 ( lenter 
lullen Thomas, engineer 8 P Co, res 1016 Peralta 
lullen Wm O, bookkeeper Bank of California, 8 F, res L21g 
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Culver Edwin S, sec Blood Horse Association, res 2117 Ad- 
eline 
Culver B, stationer, S F, res 1070 Thirty-fourth 
Cuniberlich John (John Curnberlich & Co) res 1516 Sev- 
enth 
Cumberlich John Co (J Curnberlich and John Matana) 

Morning Star Chop House, 1516 Seventh 
Cumming Alexander M, bookkeeper, S F, res cor jHoward 

and E Fourteenth 
Cumming Duncan W, mining, res 1280 Eighth ave 
Cummin'g George Captain, port warden, cor Howard and E 

Fourteenth 
Cumming Geo G (Smallman & Cumming) res 1253 Elev- 
enth ave 
Cumming James B, carpenter Wm H Weilbye, res 245 

Louisa 
Cummings A A, capitalist, res Blake House 
Curnmings Alpheus S, switchman S P Co, res 1870 Division 
Cummings Anderson P, employe U S Mint, S F, res 916 

Center 
Cummings Annie G, dressmaker, res 1667 San Pablo ave 
Cummings Chas, mechanical engineer, res 610 E Sixteenth 
Cummings Edward, landscape gardener, res 811 E Four- 
teenth 
Cummings George W, painter Farwell & Russell, res S F 
Cummings Henry K, teamster, S F, res 1110 Alice 
Cummings J B, student, res 1103 Filbert 
Cummings James, carpenter, res 709 Twentieth 
Cummings James G, gardener, res NE cor Linden and 
Cherry 
ummings James H, livery stable, SE cor Sixth and Alice 

res 843 Harrison 
ummings L W, conductor S P Co, res 1727 Goss 
Cummings M A Mrs, res 1116 Center 
Cummings Michael J, florist, res 709 Twentieth 
CUMMINS RANDOLPH (Oakland Wood, Coal, 

Hay and Grain Co) res 1155 Madison 
Cuneen Joseph (Williams & Cunsen), res 916 Third 
Cunha F J, salesman Mrs I Candid, res 1501 Seventh 
CunnifF Celia Miss, res 1117 Twentieth ave 
Cunniff Frances Mrs, res 1117 Twentieth ave 
Cnnniff John, cattle dealer, res 1117 Twentieth ave 
Cunniff Joseph R, cattle dealer, res 1117 Twentieth ave 
Cunniff Mary Miss, res 1117 Twentieth ave 
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Cunniff Sarah, domestic, 1033 Adeline 

Cunniff Thomas J, carpenter, res 1117 Twentieth ave 

Cunningham Barney, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, 

res Halleck nr railroad 
Cunningham Barney, employe California Hosiery Co, res 

626 Third 
Cunningham Charles W, carpenter, res Forty-first nr San 

Pablo aye 
Cunningham Elizabeth Mrs, res 1400 Twelfth 
Cunningham Elma V Mrs, widow, res 1784 San Pablo aye 
Cunningham Etta, milliner Leroy H Briggs 
Cunningham G Mrs, employe California Hosiery Co, res 

626 Third 
Cunningham Geo, nailer Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, 

1400 Twelfth 
Cunningham G Loring, bookkeeper Neville & Co, S F, res 

' 479 Orchard 
Cunningham Harry L, draughtsman A W Pattiani & Co, 

res 718 Seventeenth 
Cunningham James, ship carpenter S P Co, res 1510 Fifth 
Cunningham James, laborer S P Co, res Halleck nr railroad 

Emeryville 
Cunningham James W, box maker, res 1400 Twelfth 
Cunningham Joseph, boiler maker Clark A: Wooley, res 

Winthrop House 
Cunningham M J Mrs, instructor Domestic Sewing Machine 

Co, Eighth and Washington 
Cunningham Parian R, supt Oakland Planing Mill, res Ade- 
line bet Monroe and Sherman 
Cunningham 8 S, teamster, res 971 E Fourteenth 
Cunningham Thos, tailor Harris & Beel, 661 Magnolia 
Cunningham Thomas, tailor, res 1161 Third 
Cunningham Thos A, capitalist, res 2124 Elm 
Cunningham W II, salesman Domestic Sewing Machine Co, 

rea cor Eighth and Washington 
Cunningham William, painter 370 Twelfth, res 316 Tenth 
Curby C E, agl Drummond Tobacco Co, 8 F, res The Olive 
Curlev John, laborer, rea Forty-fifth be1 GrQve and YV« 
Ourley Tat rick, laborer, rea Forty-fifth bet Grove and \V< si 
Curley Patrick B, laborer, rea Forty-fifth bet Grove and 

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Curney John, rea Winthrop House 
Curnow Annie Mrs, propr lodging house, BW cor Eleventh 

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Eleventh and Washington 
Curran Barney, laborer, Fruit Vale 
Curran Edward, res Winthrop House 
Curran James, clerk Rose Curran, res 1030 Willow 
Curran John, farmer, res Fruit Vale 
Curran Julia Miss res 833 Myrtle 
Curran Lizzie Miss, clerk KAHN BROS, res 1030 

Willow 
Curran Mamie Miss, res 1030 Willow 
Curran Robert A, res 1504 Third 

Curran Rose Mrs, groceries, 1030 Willow, res same 

Curran Thomas, house mover, res 823 Twenty-second 

Curran Thomas, laborer, res 1504 Third 

Curren R A, fireman SP Co, res 1863 William 

Currie Mary A Mrs, matron Crawford School, res 1020 Oak 

Curry David, tinner, S F, res 13 Maple 

Curry W S, night watchman S P Co 

Curtice F W, carpenter, res 1674 Telegraph 

Curtin C aniel, laborer S P Co, res Shell Mound Station 

Curtin David J, laborer, res 1020 Twelfth 

Curtin Elizabeth Mrs, widow, res e s Adeline bet Menlo and 

Stanley 
Curtin John Mrs, res 1010 Fifth 

Curtin Michael, laborer S P Co, res Shell Mound Station 
CURTIS ANNIE MISS, dressmaking, 43-906 

Broadway, res 944 Union 
Curtiss Bertie, res 751 Brush 

Curtis Chas, brakeman S P Co, res 378 E Eleventh 
Curtis David T, res 126 Ninth 
Curtis F H, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 751 

Brush 
Curtis Gecrge J, res 1208 Seventh 
Curtis Gilbert L, capitalist, res 310 E Seventeenth 
Curtis Henry, printer, S F, res 1316 Kirkham 
Curtis James M, coal dealer, 1220 Seventh, res same 
Curtis John, res 821 Fifteenth 
Curtis John Jr, res 821 Fifteenth 
Curtis Martha Miss, res 821 Fifteenth 
Curtis Marshall C, res 779 Sixth 
Curtis Murray, peddler, res 827 Market 
Curtis W B, employe S P Co, res 1279 Julia or Thirtieth ave 
Curtis Wm B, paper ruler, S F, res 1316 Kirkham 
Curtis Wm F, contractor and builder, res 1127 Filbert 
Curtis Winfield, res 779 Sixth 
Curtis W L, res 1202 West 



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UJ Curtiss II S Mrs, res B17 Eighteenth 

Z I Curtiss Spencer N, mgr sub book dept Pacific Press Pub- 
lishing Co, res 817 Eighteenth 
Curtner Mrs, s L0 Ninth 
Cushing A D, res 561 E Eleventh 
Cushing Agnes L, student, res L164 Eighth 
Cushing Allen D, engineers P Co, res L523 Ninth 

3s1 bookkeeper, S F. res 1228 Franklin 
Cushing Chaa II. sec State Investment and Insurance Co, 
S 1 I 164 Eighth 

g - "hark- s. clerk, S F. res L669 Thirteenth 
Cushing Edward C, res 56J E Eleventh 
Cushing Edward C, engineer S P Co, res 15:23 Ninth 

Elsie W Miss, res 1104 Eighth 
Cushing Eugene B, res n s Moss ave, next to 924 
Cushing Fred M, i : Peralta 

Cushing Benry I) (John Cushing a; Son) res 1228 Franklin 

[da, res 561 E Eleventh 
Cushing James T, teamster, res Hallett ave. Stock Yards 
Cushing John, teamster, res S||S Castro 

John (John Cushing & Son) res 1228 Franklin 
CUSHING JOHN & SON (John Henry D Cush- 
ing) groceries wholesale and retail, NE cor Ninth and 
Washington 
Cushing John M, collector S P Co, res L669 Thirteenth 
Cushing Lizzie Miss, res 1 1 1 *» 4 Eighth 
Cushing Simeon M, laborer S P Co, res s,, "» Peralta 
CUSHING THOS W, clerk New Zealand Insur- 
ance I Jo, res l 1 64 Eighth 
Cushing Walter T, fireman S P Co, n - B05 Peralta 
Cusick John, pies and liquors, 1717 Market, res same 

iter W'm A. clerk S P Co, 9 F. ' Sixteenth 

Cutberth W'm, carpenter, n - 513 Tenth 
Cuthill Alex, machinist Etisdon Iron Work.-. S F, res 1325 jijjji 

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Cutler Paul D, res l L0 E Twelfth 
Cutter B I ». i ontra< tor and quarti mill builder, S F. res 97J 5 

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Cutt* 3 II. propr Rosa Hou Ninth, res same 

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Cuvellier Bernard C, merchant, S F, res 1212 Poplar 
J - £ J Cuvreau E, nursery n s Merced ave nr Shattuck ave, res 
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Cyrus Rose A Miss, music teacher, res Forty-fifth nr Adeline g 
Czapky Edward G, laundry man, res 1168 Twenty-second 






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Da Costa , res E Twentieth bet Twenty-first and 

Twenty-second aves 
Da Costa Mariano, laborer, res 1823 Taylor 
Dacota A, machinist California Cotton Mills Co, res 1056 E 

Fifteenth 
Daggett Allen F, tailor A Stein, res cor Forty-first and 
Linden 

"g § 1 Daggett Emeline J Mrs, widow, res 284 Eleventh 
g tl Daggett Fred E, waiter res 325 Eleventh 
•g 8 Daggett Hiram W, res 264 E Fifteenth 
S § i Daggett John R (Daggett & Tacher, S F) res 284 Eleventh 



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-^ | Daggett Samuel W, laborer, res w s Linden nr Forty-first 
DC j Daggett William A, railway postal clerk, res 1370 Franklin 

^ © Dagney , dyer, res 1521 Market C^ 

|m $ Dagostine R, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, * 
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3 Dahl Albert, apprentice, S F, res 1625 Market 
>■ & Dahl John P, oiler S P Co, res 1605 West 

I >I Dahl Lottie Miss, dressmaker, res 1560 Eighth 
^ J* Dahl Theodore, sail maker, S F, res 1625 Market 
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LU gj Dahlen Theresa Miss, res 1508 Brush 

-^ Dahler Valentine, gardener, res Kelsey House 

U| Dahlgren Carl, artist, res 1013 Tenth ave 

m 2 Dahlgren Marius R, artist, 864^ Broadway, res same 

■pi ^ Dahlquist John, door maker California Door Co 

~ "* Daigneau C, laborer C C W Co, res Lake Temescal 
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Dale K K, switchman S P Co, res cor Seventh and Wood 

Dale W F J, machinist W T Garratt & Co, S F, res 857 Myrtle j 

Dakv C D, salesman Kennedy, Quinlan & Co, res Clair- 
mont House 

Daley Ellen Mrs, furnished rooms, 621^ Broadway, res 
same 

Daley Frank, res Winthrop House 

Daley James, res 805 Grove 

Dall Martha Mrs, widow, res 1235 Poplar 

Dallas James, propr Central Lumber Yard, NE cor Webster 
and Fifth, res same 

Dallas J S, res 1103i Broadway 

Dallas J S Mrs, propr Coleman Block urfnished rooms, 
1103^ Broadway, res same 

Dalldorf Rudolph, saloon, S F, res 1052 Campbell 

Dallerup Benjamin, ship carpenter S P Co, res Temescal 

Dalton Ada M Mi — , pea 949 Pine 

Dalton Edward C, rea 915 Jackson 

Dalton Frank N (Dalton & Sons) res 667 Kirk ham 

Dalton Henry X (Dalton A Sons) res 949 Pine 

Dalton Henry P (Dalton A Sons) res 940 Pine 

Dalton John T, laiindrvnian Contra Laundry, res 1215 
Kirkham 

Dalton Michael, porter, S F, res 1014 Willow 

Dalton Patrick E (Hallett, Bartlett £ Dalton) res 915 Jack- 
son 

Dalton & Son 8 (Henry \\ Henry P and Prank M Dalton) 
ricultural implements, cor Cedar and Seward 

Dalton William, porter, S F, res 1014 Willow 

Daly , salesman, pea Fairmont House 

Daly Annie Mrs, pea 626 Third 

Daly Chas H, salesman Hawley Bros, 8 P, pea L362 Third 

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■ Denis, Laborer, S P Co, res iTiM Atlantic 
I >alv Elizabeth V. reg L660 Sixteenth 
Daly Hannah Mrs, groceries, L684 Lincoln, res same 
I >.ilv James, laborer, pe Twenty-second 

Dal) Jeremiah, laborer, pea N\V cor Fortieth and Telegraph 

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I >i!\ John, lab >rer, pea L695 Eighth 

I >al\ John, laborer, n 1 68 I Lincoln 

Daly John, fireman Pacific Iron and Nail Works, pea 808 

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Dalj John i K< ane A I >aly > pea 532 Seventeenth 

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Daly John B, clerk J AS A JOYCE, res 470 Eighth 

Daly Lawrence, machinist California Jute Mills 

Daly Nonie, domestic, 1258 Grove 

Daly Richard, bricklayer's tender, res 869 Twenty-second 

Dalziel Andrew, tinner Dalziel & Moller, res 522 Fifteenth 

Dalziel Alexander S, tinner, res 522 Fifteenth 

Dalziel Anster S, student, res 522 Fifteenth 

Dalziel James, capitalist, res 762 Fifteenth 

Dalziel James, student High School, res 522 Fifteenth 

Dalziel Maggie S Miss, student, res 522 Fifteenth 

DALZIEL & MOLLER (Robert Dalziel and Wm 

Moller) metals, stoves and ranges, plumbers and gas 

fitters' supplies, 1152 Broadway 
Dalziel Robert (Dalziel & Moller) res 522 Fifteenth 
Dalziel Robert Jr, plumber Dalziel & Moller, res e s Myrtle 

bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty-eighth 
Dalziel William, plumber Dalziel & Moller, res 522 Fifteenth 
Dalziel Wm, student, res 522 Fifteenth 
Dam Alphonzo F, engineer, res 714 Market 
Dam Cleveland L, sec Board ©f Public Works, res 493 

Twenty-third 
Dam Cyrus, foreman of the works of repairing wharves, res 

718 Market 
Dam Fanny Miss, res 718 Market 
Dam Lucy E Mrs, res 493 Twenty-third 
Dam Samuel, res 714 Market 
Dam William H, engineer, res 718 Market 
Damas Fred W, teacher, res 765 Jackson 
DAMES WM W, photographer, 911 Broadway, res 

Alameda 
Damm Richard, baker Pioneer Bakery, res 1651 Seventh 
Damon Edward, cabinet maker C W Kinsey, res 684 

Twenty-fourth 
Damon Henry E, salesman Phelan &Fish, res 1257 Jefferson 
Damon Rosetta E, widow, res 684 Twenty-fourth 
Dancer Martha Mrs, res 512 E Fifteenth 
Danforth George S, carpenter, res 546 Eighteenth 
Danguy Felicite Miss, res 218 Fifth 
Dania Society, 864+ Broadway 
Dania's Hall, 864^ Broadway 
Daniel Andre, laborer S P Co 
Daniel Will, butcher, res Weber Hotel 

Daniels Charles, cigars and tobacco, 1730 Seventh, res same 
Daniels Dan, gardener Wm Woodward, cor Seventh ave and 

E Twenty-fifth 
Daniels Emma Mrs, dressmaker, res High, Melrose 

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Daniels G B (G B Daniels & Co) res Piedmont 

Daniels G B & Co (G B Daniels) stationers, pictures and 
picture frames, 1153 Broadway 

Daniels John \V, porter S P Co, res 1501 Seventh 

Daniels Seth F, atty-at-law, room 36, 969 Broadway, res 
Piedmont 

Daniels Thos E, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res Ala- 
meda 

Danielson Betta Miss, domestic J G Hoyt, res Prospect 
Heights 

Danielson Daniel F. shoemaker Aicatraz ave nr Adeline, 
Lorin. res Bame 

Danley W, Smith Hou 16 Broadway 

in Fred P, photographer, res 922 Thirty-fourth 
nnaker Wm A, res 1782 Atlantic 

Danney William, res 361 First 

Danzin Catrine Mr-, res 716 Fourth 

Da Pao, Pietro, miner PC R quarry, res same 

Darby A Mrs, res 619 Eighteenth 

Darby F B Mrs. widow, res 664 Eighteenth 

D'Arcy Antony M. res Peralta ave nr Lynde 

Darcy Jeremiah F, machinist, res 234 Hannah 

Darcy Jerry F, engineer C R Co, res 236 Hannah 

D'Arcy Xieholas. res IVralta ave nr Lynde 

Dargie Annie R Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 267 
Ninth 

Dargie El Q Mrs, widow, res 267 Ninth 

D Stewart M. porter W 8 ft T Co, res 711 Castro 

Dargie Thomas T, secretary Tribune Publihsing Co, res 116S 
Jackson 

DARGIE WILLIAM E, manager Tribune Pub- 
lishing res 1 168 Jackson 

\ W, tanner, res Fruit Vale Heights 
ing E W. agt 8 PCo, Milpitas, res 554 F Sixteenth 
rling Wm A, Custom House, 8 F, res Blake Sous 

a Chai mploye Judson Manufacturing Co, 

res Park Exchange Bote] 

Dai msl idi l: ■-• Mrs, res 1 320 Peralta 

I > ii -u {] .! I '. barkeeper R Lehrbass, i • - - 12 Broadway 
aaJ W T. delivery clerk W U T Co, res 422 Twelfth 
r Ida Miss, head cook Pacific Press Boarding House, 
711 Eleventh 
Jtillman N, printer Pacific Press, res 763 Seventeenth 

I tarragh Dennis, baker re« 61 Valley 

1 Abrahamson Bros, res 61 Valley 

Dan igh John, salesman Neil Gallagher, res 61 Valley 




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Darragh Mary Miss, res 61 Valley 

Darreli , carpenter W T Veitch 

Darrell Donald, baker W A McElhatton, 770 E Twelfth 

Darrow Mary E Mrs, widow, res 1156 Alice 

Dart H A Mrs, res 716 Ninth 

Dart Kate Miss, res 716 Ninth 

Dart Minnie Miss, res 716 Ninth 

Darvero G, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, res 
same 

Dascomb C E, teacher Hopkins' Academy, res same 

Dashaway Stables, Sackrider & Chisholm, proprs, 370 Elev- 
enth 

Daubert Katy Miss, domestic, 1557 Webster 

Daud John, sub-foreman S P Co 

DAUI ALEXANDER (Jones & Daul), res 763 
Fifth 

Daulton Henry C, stock raiser, res 926 Magnolia 

Daulton James W, student, res 926 Magnolia 

Daulton Maud Miss, student, res 926 Magnolia 

Daulton Naomi G Miss, res 926 Magnolia 

Dauriac F, bookkeeper James Wilson, res 619 Sixteenth 

Dauriac Felix L apprentice, res 619 Sixteenth 

Dauriac John J, res 619 Sixteenth 

Davenport Byron, helpher Sturm & Leitch, res 1003 Center 

Davenport Matthew, res 1314 Franklin 

Davenport W T illiam, paper dealer, 1003 Center 

Davey Frank T, photographer, S F, res Golden Gate 

Davey Henry, ship steward, res Golden Gate 

Davidson Mrs, res Home for Aged Women 

Davidson A J, agent M J KELLER, 1007 and 1009 
Broadway 

Davidson Archibald L, carpenter, res 1264 Webster 

Davidson Gracie Miss, res 817 Twentieth 

Davidson John, laborer, res n s Temescal nr Telegraph ave 

Davidson James, res 1605 Fifth 

Davidson Joseph N, propr Bay State Bakery, 520 Four- 
teenth, res 604 Fourteenth 

Davidson L Mrs, res 666 Tenth 

Davidson t* A, agt life insurance, res Nucleus House 

Davidson Roland C, upholsterer, res 656 E Fourteenth 

Davie Frank M, bookkeeper John L Davie, res Henry 
House 

DAVIE JOHN L, wood and coal, 970 Washington, 
res 2158 West 

Davies Chas H, wood moulder, S F, res 1214 Sixth ave 

Davies Eleanor Mrs, res 1551 Seventh 



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Davies Hugh N, carpenter, res 1568 Webster 

Davies Jessie Miss, res Tubbs Hotel 

DAVIES J M & CO, lessees Tubbs Hotel, E Twelfth 

bet Fourth and Fifth aves 
DAVIES JOHN M, secretary State Board of Trade, 

S F, res Tubbs Hotel 
Davies Mary Mrs, res 857 Myrtle 
Davies Nellie Miss, dressmaker, S F, res 1265 Eighth 
DAVIES RICHARD M, assistant manager Tubbs 

Hotel, res same 
Davies Walter H, dairy, res 35 Wayne ave, Peralta Heights 
Davies Wm, substitute letter carrier, res 569 Sixth 
Davies Wm M, Tubbs Hotel Stables, res Tubbs Hotel 
Davila Dibiano, teamster, res 2 Forty-fifth 
Davila John, cleaner S P Co, res 815 Washington 

Davis , res 227 Second 

Davis A A Mrs, res 604 Seventeenth 
Davis Abraham, barber, 834^ Broadway, res 761 Grove 
Davis Abraham, fruit peddler, res 806 Clay 
Davis Ada Miss, employe Miss J Anderson, res 512 E Fif- 
teenth 
Davis Adeline J Mrs, widow, res 1409 Franklin 
DAVIS ALBERT G, manager Alameda Co branch 

New Zealand Insurance Co, 902 Broadway, res 913 

Chester 
Davis A M miner, res Playter Block 
Davis A M Mrs, res 1128 E Fourteenth 
Davis Amanda H Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 759 Sixteenth 
Davis Andrew, carpenter, res 1228 Nineteenth ave 
Davis Anita Miss, res 913 Chester 
Davifl Arthur, clerk John L French, res Golden Gate 
Davifl Barton J, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res 1833 

( (rove 
Davis B ET, compositor Pacific Press, res 715 Twelfth 
Davis Blanch A. student Dupue & Aydellotte's Business 

College, rea 566 Hobart 
Davifl Bridge! Mrs, COOk, res Vernal ave. Piedmont 

Davis Oadei El, student, res ( .m;;5 Center 
Davis Charles B, driver police patrol wagon, res 913 Kirk- 
ham 
1 Iharlea B, blind maker California Door Co, res 666 
renth 

ii.i II. carpenter, res s, '>;> Twentieth 
Davis Charles R, student, rea L112 Second ave 
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Davis Claude, res 533 Sixteenth 

Davis David, clerk Richard Jones, res 855 Harrison 

Davis David, stone mason, res Golden Gate 

Davis David R, general foreman W U T Co, S F, res 1103 

Wood 
Davis D L, carpenter, res SWcor Eleventh and Washington 
Davis E, blacksmith Hugh Frazer 
Davis E A Mrs, res 1003 Clay 
Davis Edith Mrs, res 686 Sycamore 
Davis Eliza Mrs, res 1316 Kirkham 
Davis Frank A, laborer, res Stock Yards 
Davis F A, bookkeeper, res Market St Block 
Davis Frank R, carpenter Pioneer Door Co, res 1309 Broad- 
way 
Davis Frank W, res 617 Fifteenth 
Davis Frederick W, blacksmith 1054 Sixth ave, res 512 E 

Fifteenth 
Davis Geo Jr, grocer 1241 Broadway, res 532 Thirty-fourth 
Davis George A J, groceries and provisions 919 Washington, 

res 532 Thirty-fourth 
Davis George E, carpenter, res Fruit Vale ave 
Davis George E, teamster, res 709 Fifth 
Davis George H, clerk First National Bank, res 913 Chester 
Davis George V, res 588 Charter 
Davis George W, carriage painter, 555 Frederick 
Davis Geo W, groceries and provisions 1241 Broadwav, res 

532 Thirty-fourth 
Davis Grace M Miss, res 1112 Second ave 
Davis Granville, foreman Wentworth Shoe Factory, res 573 

Eighth 
Davis H (E Colman & Co) res 421-428 Sixth 
Davis Harry L, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res Hotel Mer- 

ritt 
Davis Harry W, blacksmith F W Davis, res 512 E Fifteenth 
Davis Hattie E Miss, res 773 Sixteenth 
Davis H E Mrs, res 718 Twelfth 

Davis Henry B, machinist S P Co, res 1674 William 
Davis & Hill (Wm R Davis and Wm L Hill) attys-at-law 

957 Broadway, rooms 12, 13 and 14 
Davis Ida B Mrs, widow, res 773 Sixteenth 
Davis Isaac, peddler, res 1420 Tenth 
Davis Jacob, clerk E Barnett, res 574 Ninth 
Ravis James, carpenter res 834 Cedar 
Davis James, farmer, res Claremont ave nr College ave 
Davis James, farmer, res Golden Gate 
Davis, James Jr, laborer, res Claremont ave nr College ave 



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Davis Janus L. carpenter S P Co, res 1762 Goss 
Davis -111. teamster R Franke & Co 
Davis Jennie Mrs, dressmaker, res 533 Sixteenth 
H Q Davis John, ranch owner, res 974 Thirty-fifth 
■ Z Davis John, engineer, res 1833 Grove 

^ ^ Davis John P. res L502 W 

t q Pa vis John J, clerk, res 131S Seventh ave 
Davis John R, res 1273 Ninth ave 
Davis Judson M, real estate, res 1502 West 
Davis Kate Miss, res 1833 Grove 
Davis Lilian Miss, res 1128 E Fourteenth 
Davis Lillie Miss, r< - L918 Linden 
Da-. compositor Pacific Press, res 714 Eleventh 

Davis Lncile B, milliner F M Rood & Co, res 617 Fifteenth 
Davis L W, res 769 Eighth 
Davis M domestic, res 58 Eighth 

^ Davis Margarel Mrs, widow, res 1918 Linden 
Davis Mark E, fireman S P Co, res 1774 Division 
D ivis Mary Mrs, widow, res 1021 Pine 
M Davis Mary () Mrs. res 70S Webster 
Ir^l Davis Mary V Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 1128 E Fourteenth 
fc* DAVIS M F, proprietor Oakland Stables, 368-370 
^£j Pi-nth. res :;»■.<; Pi^hth, telephone 338 

j Davis M F Mrs, res 515 Ninth 

Davis M \\ . salesman T II Mount, res L409 Franklin 
H I Myrtle Miss, drexmaker, n> .":;:: Sixteenth 

^j DavP P Charles, ship caulker, res ( .'1"> Kirkham 

W^ Da •■- R iiael Mi--, teacher Bay District School, res Golden 

^%J Davi> Iliehard M, team-ter Pu-et Sound Lumber Co, res 
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£j D r Mountain View Cemetery, res same 

MM D ;th Mrs, widow. •• ~ \deline nr Fortieth 

P"H 1 1 muel, farmer, res I (olden I ta1 

Da auel L, carpenter l Planing Mill, res Eureka 

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D nil M, barber, 1 317 San Pablo ave, res same 

W^ l! carpenter, res E Twenty-firsi nr Twenty-third 
Sidney E,( irpenter, n - 566 I [obarl 
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Davis T J Mrs, res 453 E Eleventh 

Davis Wm, sail maker, 516 Davis, S F, res 1812 Goss 



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+s Davis Wm, painter, res NW cor Third and Franklin 
Davis Wm, laborer, res Glaremont ave nr College ave 
Davis Wm, carpenter W T Veitch 
Davis Wm, carpenter, res 1662 Thirteenth ave 
Davis Wm, wheelwright, res Oakland House 
Davis Wm, teamster Eastman Paving Co, res Adeline nr R 

R station 
Davis Wm, harness and saddlery, S F, res 1112 Second av^ 
Davis William H, salesman C Schreiber, 864 Washington 
Davis William H, res 913 Chester 
Davis Wm R (Davis & Hill) res 514 Eighteenth 
Davis W T illiam W, res 963 Center 
Davis W L, switchman S P Co, res Tullman House 
Davison Eliza Mrs, res 1262 Eighth 
Davison James, res 1605 Fifth 
Davison Maggie Miss, teacher of music, res 1262 Eighth 

fc$v Davison Wm G, blacksmith, 1666 Seventh, res 1615 Seventh 

^ Davisson Florence Miss, res 1662 William 
Davisson Ira, carpenter, res 1455 Broadway 

^C DAVITT JOHN B, proprietor Pioneer Star Bakery, 
1810 Seventh, res same 
Daw James M, bookkeeper JAS A JOYCE, res 1161 
Eighth 

^£ Dawe Frank, moulder, res e s Silver bet Weston and Moss 
aves 
Dawson Brown H, res 1030 Chestnut 
Dawson Edward, hard wood lumber, S F, res Fairmont 

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Dawson Elizabeth A Mrs, widow, res 810 Alice 

Dawson John, employe California Hosiery Co, res 1030 

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Dawson Joseph A, res 672 E Thirty-fourth 

Day , res Smith House, 836 Broadway 

Day Chas E, foreman Bruning Bros, res Clarendon House 

Day Emily Miss, dressmaker, res 1635 Adeline 

Day Frank K, driver Talcott's Dairy, res High opp Prescott 

Day Jennie L Mrs, res 559 Seventeenth 

Day John E, yardmaster S P Co, res 1788 Seventh 

Day John G, janitor S F, res 1635 Adeline 

Day John W, lumber, res cor Brooklyn and Watson ave 

Day Jessie E Mrs, res 912 Clay 

Day Michael, laborer, res 1709 Atlantic 



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Day Samuel J, restaurant, 1164 Broadway, res same 

Day ThosS, res 1751 Ninth ave 

Dayton Ueo L, clerk Wells, Fargo & Co, S F, res 

Grove 
Dayton Jessie L Miss, res 1364 Grove » 

Dayton Joseph T, engineer S P Co, res 1516 Eighth 
Dayton M B Mrs, res 1364 Grove 
D'Azevedo Melania, domestic, res 907 Jackson 
t O Deacon Arthur P, student, res n s Jones nr Grove 

Deady Cordelia Miss, dressmaker, res 600 E Twelfth 
Deal (/harks, laborer S P Co, res 1264 Webster (rear) 
Deal James A. laborers P Co, res 1380 Broadway 
Dean Albert C, bookkeeper Log Cabin Bakery, res 2075 San 

Pablo ave 
Dean Carrie A, res 853 Myrtle 
Dean Charles C, res 1325 Jackson 
Dean Elisha B, lumber dealer, S F, res 1219 Grove 
Dean Emily Mrs. widow, res 1325 Jackson 

^Dean Prances A Miss, res 1006 Sixteenth 
Dean Frank, clerk, S F, res 1104 Wood 
Dean Prank M, bookkeeper, S F, res Golden Gate 
yy Dean (ieorge, carpenter, res Forty-fourth nr Market 

Dtan James BJr (King-Morse Canning Co, S F) res 1325 
PK Jackson 

mjk Dean J II r r, barber, 1145 E Fourteenth, res Seventh nr 

W Market 

Dean Win, engineer S P Co, res 1055 Twelfth ave 
W| Dean Win K. -tndent, res L206 Eighth 
* I h-an Win W. engineer S P Co, res 1206 Eighth 
W^ Deane R M. carpenter W T Witch 

^#| Deaner II V. piano tuner A Bruenn, res La Clede House 
^U D( arborn Chaa \\\ note teller Oakland Bank of Savings, res 
a^J| 1 L53 Tenth ave 

y(C D> arborn Fannie II Mi--, re- 14 ."»:'» Tenth ave 

HI >■ arborn ( J W, cashier Traveler's Insurance Co, S F, res 
602 E Fifteenth 
Dearborn 1< 1» Mr-.n-- L453 Tenth ave 
Dearing Arthur <i. engineer 8 P ('o, res L712 Eighth 

HDeai Joseph, cash boy, res 806 E Twelfth 
Deas) Jerome Mra (Mra .1 Deasy A Co) rea cor Second ave 
and E Eighteenth 

rn D« i v Mi-. I A <".. (Mr- . I. •ionic Deasy and John Miller) 

p^m florists, cor Second ave and E Eighteenth 

|^- Den v Peter, plumber's apprentice, rea E Twelfth opp Lake 

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Deasy Thos A, propr Lake Merritt House, E Twelfth opp 

Lake Merritt 
Deaty Mary V Miss, mgr Palace Dye Works, res S F 
De Bell Joseph, watchmaker, 1685 Seventh, res same 
De Boer Frank, cleaner S P Co, res 518 Sixth 
De Boice Elizabeth Mrs, restaurant, 555 Broadway, res same 
Debrun Victor Joseph, employe La Grande Laundry, 672 

Twenty-seventh, res S F 
De Camp Antoine, cigar maker Fibush Bros, res 823 

Twenty-ninth 
De Camp Frank, clerk, res 558 Third 
De Camp John P, cigars mfg and retail, 467 Seventh, res 

Brush nr Sixth 
De Castro Manuel, employe California Jute Mills 
Deceinna John, collector White House, res 1723 Seventh 
Dechow Carl, saloon, 1080 Fourteenth ave, res same 
Deckard Stephen A, machinist, S F,res 1403 Seventeenth 
Decker Delbert P, bookbinder Pacific Press, res 1128 Myr- 
tle 
Decker Ellis, student, res 1128 Myrtle 
Decker I L Mrs, widow, res 1128 Myrtle 
De Clara Frank, laborer, res Forty-first bet Grove and West 
De Claybrook William E, agt, res 672 Twenty-sixth 
De Cornbra Manuel A, res 225 Second 
De Cora M E, Miss, agt S P Co, Broadway Station, res 957 

Castro 
De Costa August, employe California Jute Mills 
De Costa Jesse, employe California Jute Mills 
De Costa Joseph C, employe California Jute Mills 
De Coursey John, builder and contractor, res 768 Twenty- 
first 
De Cumbra Legendre, laborer, res 659 Alice 
Dee Manuel, cooper I Levy 

Deemer J F, engineer S P Co, res 1358 Fifteenth 
Deering Henry, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res 1018 Broad- 
way 
De Font Manuel, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
De Flores A Mrs, res Hotel Merritt 
De Forest George, mill laborer, res 922 Twenty-second 
De Frees S Mrs, res n s Forty-sixth bet Grove and Shattuck 

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De Fremery Cornelius W, student Hopkins Academy 
De Fremery Grace Miss, student University of California, 

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De Fremery James L, commission merchant, S F, res 1305 
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De Fremery James L J r, physician, res 1305 Adeline 

De Fremery Virginie Miss, res Prospect ave 

De Fremery William C B (James De Fremery & Co) res 
Prospect ave 

<ii Antonia Mrs. widow, res 1214 Kirkham 
i n L P, mfr, S F, res 1375 Sixteenth 
_ nun Michael, gardener Mrs S B McKee, res Seventh nr 

Filbert 
jnan Thomas, carpenter, res 491 Twenty-fifth 

De Golia Edwin B, insurance, S F, res 550 Hobart 

DE GOLIA GEORGE E^Attorney-at-law and No- 
tary Public, rooms 8 to 12, 951 Broadway, res Harrison 
nr Duranl 
aire Fannie Mrs, res 763 Seventh 

Deguzee C W, Mrs, res Fifth bet Oak and Madison 

De Haven R, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Com- 
mercial Union Hotel 

Haven Rodney, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
I [alleck nr Park ave 

De Haven William P, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, 
res Halleck nr Park ave 

Deike Fred, propr Union Hotel, cor E Twelfth and Thir- 
teenth ave 

Dieke Gustave II. carpenter, res 801 E Twenty-first 

Dieke Lena Miss, res Union Hotel 

Deia John, laborer Philadelphia Brewery, S F, res 1061 E 
Twenty -first 

Deiss Gottlieb, butcher, res L013 Thirtieth 

Deitrick Augustus A, Laborer, res 368 Third 

Deitrick Harry A, spinner Oakland Woolen Mills, res 368 
Third 

Jarley Geo, painter John Conley, res 834 Clay 
D( labarette Alexander, laborer, res St Louis Houj 
de la Coruillers, A Mrs, typewriter A A Moore, res 829 Grove 
Delahanty John II. atty-al law, room 26, 957 Broadway, res 

71 enteenth 

Delainey W 1". Btationerand new- dealer. 909 Seventh, rea 

me 
I >< La Matyr, physician and Burgeon, res Mil Jefferson 
DE LA MONTANYA M, ranges, Btovea and tin- 

u arc !»;."■ ni h, rea 656 Sixth 

I >eian< v Jami 9, laborer, rea I 163 Third 
Delaney John, employ* S P Co, rea L670 Pacific 
Delanev John, labo i 107 Thirteenth 

Delaney Annie R Miss, domestic, rea L028 Peralta 



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Delaney & McCarthy (Wm F Delaney and J J McCarthy), 

proprs National Saloon, 411 Eighth 
Delaney William, farmer, res Todd, Lorin 
Delaney Wm F, (Delaney & McCarthy), res 612 Ninth 
De Lancey John, shoemaker, res 811 Sixteenth 
Delbert Emma Miss, res 1523 Ninth 
Delclaux B J, tailor, 472 Eighth, res same 
Delclaux Louise Mrs, tailoress, res 472 Eighth 
De Leo de Laguna Alex, propr Kelsey House SW cor Tele- 
graph ave and Twenty-fourth, res same 
De Leo de Laguna Anita Miss, teacher Oakland Free Kin- 
dergarten, res Kelsey House 
De Leo de Laguna B Miss, res Kelsey House 
Le Leo de Laguna, G Miss, res Kelsey House 
De Leo de Laguna Herman, stenographer, res Kelsey 
House 

De La de Laguna Wm A, res Kelsey House 

Delfino S, laborer, Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, res 

same 
Delgado A Mrs, res 665 Washington 
Delgardo Lazgaro, porter Stewart, res 1054 Broadway 
Delger Block, 957 to 969 Broadway 

Delger Frederick, capitalist, 969 Broadway, res 524 Nine- 
teenth 
Delhom E Mrs, widow, res 1416 Eleventh 
Delhom. Rosalie Miss, res 1416 Eleventh 
Dellamonico Angelo, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Delmater M L, painter Parkison Bros, res 1677 Fourteenth 
Delmore Margaret Mrs, res 874 Peralta 
Deloge John, druggist 224 B, res same 
Delon Julia Mrs, dressmaker, res 1404 Eleventh 
Delpodio Eugene, moulder, S F, res 959 Campbell 
De Lucca Salaton, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Delucchi Ernesta C Miss, res 1303 Chestnut 
Delucchi Frances Miss, res 1303 Chestnut 
Deluchi Angelo, farmer, res w s Shattuck ave nr Mono ave 
Deluchi Lorenzo, farmer, res es Shattuck ave nr Merced ave 
Delucki Benjamin, res 1620 Thirteenth 
Delucki Louis, res 1620 Thirteenth 
De Manuel G L H, carpenter, res 665 Fourth 
Demarais Charles, carpenter, res 1663 Fourteenth 
DEMABS A A, groceries NE cor Severlth and Union. 

res same 
De Mars Napoleon, blacksmith, Sixth nr Broadway 
Demartini Amelia, employe California Hosiery Co, res 709 
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Demartini Annie, employe California Hosiery Co, res 709 

Myrtle 
Dembke August, waiter, res St John House 
Demc Augustus, laborer, res 866 Lydia 
r™ Q Deme Henry, painter, res 866 Lydia 
^ Z Deme Lottie Miss, dressmaker, res 866 Lydia 
}ij <£ Deme Madelina Mrs. widow, res 866 Lydia 

^ Demers N, blacksmith 410 Sixth, res Jefferson 
m ^ Demidiro Mariano, laborer, res 615 Madison 
J q Deming A B, res 776 Eleventh 
■"" Deming A C, printer, res 807 Market 

CO Demmal James, employe Box Factory, S F, res 793 Wood 
W Dei n nit z Richard, baker Pioneer Bakery, res 1651 Seventh 
jjj j Demooy Cornelia Mr-, res r>-J7 Chestnut 
SS Demooy Samuel, laborer S P Co 

IVmorest Alice Mrs, provisions 2223 Peralta, res same 
Demorest David, shoe cutter, S F, res 2223 Peralta 
Dempsey Edward T, res 1463 Seventh 
Dempsey Benry E (Dempsey A: Pitts) res 1155 Center 
Dempsey John, employee California Hosiery Co, res 652 

Clay 
Dempsey Patrick, capitalist, res 1463 Seventh 
Dempsey & Pitts (Henry E Dempsey and James M Pitts) 

butchers, L118 ( Vnter 
Denahy Daniel, laborer Contra Costa Water Co, res 612 

Adeline 
Denahy Fanny Miss, res 612 Adeline 
Denahy John, mechanic, res 612 Adeline 
I)-- Nick John X. employe Bay City Mills* res Eureka Hotel 

lis J, hostler, re- Weber BoteJ 

Denison Adna A. reporter Oakland Enquirer and corres- 
pondent s p Evening Poet t res Windsor Bout 
Denison Albert N, salesman Agard & ("ere- L222 Franklin 
Denison Eli B, general new- agt B I* Co, Oakland Pier, res 

bth and Myrtle 

Denison Benry, clerk, res 953 Eighth 

1 tenison I. Miss, n Eighth 

Denison Leland W, clerk Torrey, Whitman & Gardiner, res 

12 i Pablo ave 

Denison Lincoln I., -indent, res L27S San Pablo ave 

Denison M Mrs, propr Avenue Bouse, res 1273 San Fablo 

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DENISON O I & CO (0 I Denison) real estate and 

insurance, loans negotiated, houses rented, 472 Tenth, 

res 1273 San Pablo ave 
Denison W B, salesman, res 1273 San Pablo ave 
Dennaker Fred, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 1782 

Atlantic 
Dennan Annie Miss, res 818 Twenty-first 
Dennan John, laborer S P Co, res 818 Twenty-first 
Dennan John Jr. cement layer, res 818 Twenty-first 
Dennehy Daniel, laborer, res 612 Adeline 
Dennehy John, laborer, res 612 Adeline 
Dennen Augustus M, foreman Oakland Paving Co, res 833 

Willow 
Dennen Clarence A, carpenter Oakland Paving Co, res 833 

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Dennen Mary A Miss, res 1786 Taylor 
Dennis Antone D, cigar mfr and cigars and tobacco, 1056 

Broadway, res 216 Eleventh 
Dennis Amy Mrs, professional nurse, res 729 Eighth 
Dennis J F, printer, Tribune Publishing Co, res Alameda 
Dennis William, driver A Gates 
Dennis William, longshoreman, res 560 Franklin 
Dennison Miss, res Home for Aged Women 
Denniston William, res 563 Sixth 
Denniston William, employe Dr C C O'Donnell, S F, res 

563 Sixth 
Denny Chas W, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res 946 Thirty- 
fourth 
Denny Daniel, expressman, res 218 Fifth 
Denny Enoch, carpenter S P Co, res 1161 Third 
Denny Horace, stationery, res 1674 Thirteenth ave 
Denny Jerry, professional ball player, res 1303 Eighth 
Denny Margaret E Mrs, res 946 Thirty-fourth 
Denroche Amy C Miss., res 886 Milton 
Denroche Cyril E, clerk, res 886 Milton 
Denroche Edward J, mgr Vacuum Oil Co, S F, res 886 

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Denroche Percy C, student, res 886 Milton 
Densmore Robt, painter, res Weber Hotel 
Dent Frank W, res 1222 Magnolia 
Dent Maude Miss, draft clerk engineer's office, City Hall, 

res 1390 Telegraph ave 
Dent T B Mrs, res 1390 Telegraph ave 
Dent W S, surveyor City Hall, res 1390 Telegraph ave 

Denwall , clerk Greenhood, res 517 Ninth 

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: ml J, engineer John S Derby, res 861 E Twelfth 
Der: M is, clerk Snow Flake Bakerv, res 161 

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Desmond Timothy, laborer, res 1014 Seventeenth 
Desnover Jean, bootblack stand, cor Wood and Seventh, res 

1726 Seventh 
De Souze Frank L, barber, 366 B, res same 
Des Rochers Adele Miss, teacher of French, res 1265 Clay 
Des Rochers Maude R Miss, teacher of music, res 1 

Clay 
Dessum Alvin, blacksmith Frederick & Arth, res S F 
Dessum Wm, blacksmith Frederick & Arth, res S F 
Detels Eugene J. bookkeeper- Evertts & Co, res 

Eighth 
Detels Henry D, clerk Richard Bushing, res 1663 Seward 
Detels John, salesman. S F, res 985 Peralta 
Detels Martin, grocer, S F, res 986 Peralta 
Detels Martin P. salesman, S F, res 985 Peralta 
Detels Sophie Mis.-, res 9S5 Peralta 

Detels William P, oiler Steamer Santa Rosa, res 9S5 Peralta 
Detering Henry A. curator Central Free Reading Room, res 

5S5 Twenty-fifth 
De Troost George, adv agt. S F, res Golden Gate 
De Turbeville A Miss, dressmaker, res 529 Eighth 
Deuel Charles W, painter S P Co, res 918 Henrv 
Deuschle Amalie L. 232 Twelfth 
Deuschle John J. carpenter, res 1001 Fifth 
Deutscher Club, 461* Twelfth 
DeVanv Daniel, bookkeeper East Oakland Planing Mills, res 

160 Seventh 
Deveney K Mrs, res 5S6 Tenth 
Devere George, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 867 

Ross 
Devereaux & Lewman (M M Devereaux & E R Lewman) 

artists, 512 Fifteenth 
Devereaux M M (Devereaux & Lewman) res 512 Fifteenth 
Deyeraux Theresa Mrs, re< e s Telegraph ave nr Merced 
de Verner L Mrs, res 913 Magnolia 
Devers Kate E Mrs, widow, res 1026 Willow 
Devers Xellie Miss music teacher, res 1026 Willow 
Devila John, cleaner S P Co, res 762 Wood 
Devincenzi Domingues, teamster, res Tenth nr Folsom, 

Golden Gate 
Devincenzi John, laborer, res Tenth nr Folsom, Golden 

Gate 
Devincenzi Vincent, gardener, res nr Shell Mound Station 
De Vine Edward, bookkeeper, S F, res 1653 Twelfth 
De Vine George F, engineer S P Co, res 1612 Twelfth 
Devine Patrick H, quarry man, res Lake Shore ave 



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Devine William, foreman grading S F Tool Co, res cor 

Twenty-fourth and Lee ave 

Devour , res 756 Seventh 

De Wan John, cook Mrs E De Boice, res Overland House 
Deward George C, rancher, San Benito, res 1577 San Pablo 

ave 
Deward Joseph, student, res 1577 San Pablo ave 
Deward Lena Miss, res 1577 San Pablo ave 
Dewey Alfred T (Dewey & Co, S F) res 1304 Franklin 
Dewey Amy Miss, student, res 505 E Eleventh 
Dewing A A. teller Pacific Bank, S F, res 358 E Fourteenth 
Dewing Co (The J) of S F, Wm F Bacon mgr, new and 

standard books and pianos, 1165 Washington 
Dewing Stephen, collector, S F, res cor San Pablo and 

Villa aves 

De Witt , carpenter, res 517 Ninth 

Dewitt F L Mrs, res 726 Eleventh 

De Wolf Joseph, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 606 

Filbert 
De Wolf \\ m M, real estate, S F, res 522 E Eleventh 
DewsoD Alexander, res 627 Myrtle 
Dewson William \V, laborer, res 627 Myrtle 
Dewson Victoria Mrs, res 027 Myrtle 
Dexter A Allen, collector, res Weber Hotel 
Dexter Henry C, sale-man Westover £ Co, res L228 

Franklin 
Di \t<r Herbert, res 1591 Telegraph ave 
DEXTER STABLE, Robert Carroll 

e<>r Twelfth and Harrison 
Dhue Tillie, ironer Wm Renter, res S F 
Diamond Edward, driver People's Express, res 1011 Pine 
I L V 613 Ninth 

era, shoemaker, res cor Fourteenth ave and E 
venteenth 
Dibble George, tender Pacific Iron and Nail Co, rea 1421 

Fifteenth 

rdinanzo, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Dick Byron C, insurance adjuster, S F, res 1060 Harrison 

enson - J, helper 8 P < : .>. pea 812 Market 
Dickerhoff Edgar, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, rea s l 7 

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Dickerson J, cleaner S P Co, res Division 

Dickerson James H, cleaner S P Co, res 887 Pine 

Dickerson Jane Mrs, widow, res 887 Pine 

Dickerson Lotta Mrs, nurse, res 962 Market 

Dickie James, machinist Oakland Iron Works, res 1263 

Fifteenth ave 
Dickinson C A, Jones & Co, res 707 Brush 
Dickinson H W, res 1006 Sixteenth 
Dickinson J K (Jackson & Dickinson) res 417 Seventh 
Dickinson L S Mrs, res 819 Fifteenth 
Dickinson S J, laborer S P Co, res 814 Filbert 
Dickinson S J Mrs, dressmaker 814 Filbert, res same 
Dickie Frank X, house mover, res 411 Fifteenth 
Dickley Mary Mrs, widow, res 313 Sixth 
Dickson Fred W, student, res 1072 Eighteenth 
Dickson George, carpenter S P Co, res 828 Wood 
Dickson George, plasterer, res 658 Fifth 
Dickson Robert, D D, Rev, res cor Twenty-fourth ave and 

E Sixteenth 
Dickson Thomas, blacksmith S P Co, res 1466 Curtis 
Didier Mateo, barber, res 559 Second 
Didier M Mrs, tailoress Philadelphia Steam Dyeing Works, 

res 559 Second 
Dieckmann George, commission merchant, S F, res 25 

Butler ave, Golden Gate 
Dieckmann John H, commission merchant, S F,res 25 Butler 

ave, Golden Gate 
Diedrich C W, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 515 

Third 
Diefenbach Augusta Mrs, widow, res 1949 Filbert 
Diefenbach Charles, plumber Dalziel & Moller, res 1940 2 

Filbert & 

Diefenbach Hattie Miss, res 1949 Filbert ^ 

Diefenbach Louisa Miss, res 1949 Filbert §*• 

Diefenbach Minnie Miss, res 1949 Filbert 2L 

Diehl Chas S, Pacific Coast agt of Associated Press, S F, <a P . 

res 1311 Fifth ave 
Diel Kate, domestic, 676 Eighteenth 
Diercks Henry, carpenter, res 1455 Fifth 
Dierke Louis W, shoe maker, res Folger ave, Stock Yards 
Dierks Harry, second cook, Galindo Hotel 
Dierssen Anne Miss, res 561 Fifth 
Dierssen Henry, flour packer Bav City Mills, res 561 Fifth § f-rj 
Diesch Anton, laborer, 806 E Twelfth $uT3 

Dietles Henry, salesman N D Buhsen, res Seward 
Dietrich Amelia Miss, dressmaker, res 514 Fifteenth 



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Dietrich Christian, propr Madison House, res 514 Fifteenth 
Dietrich Emma Miss, res 514 Fifteenth 
DietricbsoD Isaac L P Rev, pastor Our Savior's Scandi- 
navian Lutheran Church, res 1371 Tenth 
Dietz Alfred C (A C Dietz & Co) S F, propr Dietz Opera 

House and Oakland Theatre, res San Pahlo ave nr 

Golden < rate 
Dietz A E3 Mrs, widow, res 528 Eighteenth 
Dietz Charles L, clerk, res San Pablo ave nr Forty-eighth 
Dietz Fred M, driver Log Cabin Bakery, 528 Eighteenth 
Dietz Opera House, A C Dietz propr, NE cor Webster and 

Twelfth 

i Victor J F, nailer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 112 

N Centre 
Dila Douglas Iff, clerk George Babcock, res San Pablo ave 

nr Klinkner ave, Golden Gate 
Dille E R Rev, pastor First M E Church, res 1401 Castro 
Dille Jefferson T, carpenter, res L002 Market 
Dilling GC, mining, res L120 Chestnut 
Dillingham George C, teamster, res 839 Webster 
Dillon B, assistant Dr G W Stimpson, res ( .»-_m> Brush 
Dillon Catherine P, res cor Seventh and Oak 
Dillon David J, coachman and gardener E B Dean, res 1219 

Gto 
Dillon Hannah, domestic, res 1217 Filbert 
Dillon J E, yard master S P Co, res 1620 Lincoln 
Dillon Jerome, cream depot, 1367 Breadway, res 1365 

Broadway 
Dillon Joseph Iff, adjuster U S Mint, S F, res cor Seventh 

and ( )ak 
Dillon Malaehi F, clerk, res cor Seventh and Oak 
Dillon Iffary, domestic, res 664 Eighteenth 
Dillon Michael, Laborer, res Franklin Hotel 
Dimmick August, waiter Alexander Campbell 
Dimmick Clarence C, baker, res L929 Market 
Dimmick Edwin H, student J Dimmick, res cor Eighth and 

Washington 
Dimmick Joseph, dentist, 875 Washington, res cor Eighth 

and Washington 
Dimmick Lillie Miss, res cor Eighth and Washington 
Dimmick Marj V Mrs, music teacher, res L029 Market 
D tnmick W N. mi \\ refl 77s Eleventh 

Dimock Silas, carpenti r, rea L052 Twenty-first ave 
Dimond Hugh, capitalist, res end Fruit Vale ave 



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DINGEE WILLIAM J, real estate, 460-462 
Eighth, res Fernwood nr Piedmont (See advertisement 
front cover) 

Dingee's Quarry, Vernon ave nr Lake, Temescal 

Dingley Charles L, commission merchant, S F, res 876 E 
Fifteenth 

Dingley Charles L Jr, clerk Charles L Dingley, S F,res 876 
E Fifteenth 

Dingley Frank E, student, res 876 E Fifteenth 

Dingley Walter F, clerk Charles f Dingley, S F, res 876 E 
Fifteenth 

Dingwall Lewis, clerk Max Greenhood, res 517 Ninth 

Dinneen Michael, marble cutter J F Kelly, res 1371 Seven- 
teenth 

Dinsmore Wm G. agt Dirigo Oil Can, 468 Ninth, res Ross 
House 

Dippo Wm, ironmonger, res Brush nr Sixth 
£ " DIRIGO," Ed H Campbell, NE cor Eleventh and 
Broadway 

Discard Charles, Messenger Exchange, S F, res 722 Filbert 

Disard James, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 722 Fil- 
bert 

Disturnell Sarah Miss, res 661 Ninth 

Ditmas Henry, civil engineer, 1430 San Pablo ave, res same 

Divers Michal P, sash maker California Door Co 

Division Roadmaster S P Co, office cor Seventh and Bay 

Division No 283 B of L E, meets every Friday 7:30 p m, 
Fraternity Hall, cor Seventh and Peralta 

Di Voll James G, mining, res 1561 Eighth 

Divutto Henry, blacksmith Amador Marble Co, res Moun- 
tain View Cemetery 

Dix Caspar (Dix & Straub, S F) res 594 Sycamore 

Dix Emma Miss, res 594 Sycamore 

Dix James, shoemaker, res 1111 Campbell 
vfe Dix James, sacker Gould & Williamson, res 1111 Campbell 
*2— ^ x William, milk dealer, Stock Yards, res 1111 Campbell 
gj Dixon Binnington, laborer, res 1421 'Fifiteenth 

Dixon Charles H, door maker California Door Co, res S F 

H Dixon Clemen W, gripman OCR Co, res 760 Lydia 
Dixon Edward, res 813 Eighteenth 
JR Dixon George, plumber Alex II McKown, res 131 Twelfth 
ave 

« Dixon George, stableman, res 901 Seventh ave 
Dixon James, horseshoer A McAuley, res 813 Eighteenth 
Dixon J B, contractor and builder, 607 E Twelfth, res 613 
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Dixon John B, show cases. S F. res 983 Willow 

Dixon Lousianna Miss, res 420 First 

Dixon Lucas, res 420 First 

Dixon Richard, grip man OCR Co. res 14164 San Pablo ave 

Dixon Wm, freight clerk S P Co, res S13 Adeline 

Dixon Wm H. clerk S P Co, res S13 Adeline 

Dixon Wm S, salesman, S F, res 177 E Fourteenth 

Doane Lucy C Miss, res 717 Sixteenth 

Doane May Miss, res 977 Willow 

Doane Orin K, engineer S P Co, res 977 Willow 

Doane P A, clerk San Francisco Lumber Co, S F. res 717 
Sixteenth 

Dobon Kate Mrs, res 660 E Fifteenth 

Dobson Jane Miss, domestic James M Bassett, res 72S Eighth 

Dobson John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Dobson Walter, candy maker John H Hirschheiner, 13*24 
Twenty-second ave 

Dod James, shipping clerk S P Co 

Dodge Edward C, news stand, 1054 Thirteenth ave, res 460 
E Twelfth 

Dodge E C Mrs. widow, music teacher, res 460 E Twelftn 

Dodge A Frv (Clinton G Dodge and Fred W Fry) attvs-at- 
law, rooms 17 and 33, 906 Broadway, r. E Twelfth 

Dodge Granville, carpenter, Twentv-hfth ave bet Eleventh 
and Twelfth 

Dodge Harriett A Mrs, res 10<»«> Webster 

Dodge Lillian B Miss, music teacher, res 460 East Twelfth 

Dodge Lulu Miss, res 1006 Webster 

Dod^e Marion M Mrs. widow, res 1219 Webster 
Lge M M. S P Co'a office, S F. res 664 Eighteenth 

Dods Grace Miss, res 1006 Webster 

Dods Jam -re keeper S P Co, res 1006 Webster 

Dod- Lincoln, res 1006 Webster 

D B lira, ladies' nurse, re> 60S E Fifteenth 

Dodson W G J, candy maker, res 658 E Fifteenth 

Doe Charles F, pre- California Door Co, \Y T ood bet Four- 
teenth and Sixteenth, res S F 

Doe Charles II. carpenter S P Co, res 1810 William 

DOE LUKE, real estate, 468 Ninth, res 1159 Alice 

Doe Murton A. fruit Btore, 1M<> William. I He 

Doebel Bermann,bai tender Max Lawrence, res same 
g Wm. tailor oventfa 

Doherty , car] res 518 Ninth 

Dohertj Ed, painter T .1 Bheehan 

Doherty G irveyor, re.- 721 Fifth Fifth 



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Doherty J F, driver Log Cabin Bakery, res 2075 San Pablo 
ave 

Doherty M Mrs, res 1712 William 

Dohmann Henry, junk dealer, res 1165 Twenty-fourth 

Dohrmann Henry, painter P N Kuss, res 1509 Brush 

Dohrmann J H, professor of music, res 359 Fourth 

Dohrmann J H W, clerk L E Clawson & Co, res 1509 Brush 

Dohrmann John, cash boy Taft & Pennoyer, res 1509 
Brush 

Doig Alexander, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res 618 
Valdez 

Doig John, dresser California Cotton Mills, res 618 Valdez 

Doig William, coat maker M J KELLER, res cor Elev- 
enth and Webster 

Doig William F, bookkeeper California Cotton Mills, res 
618 Veldez 

Dolan Charles, carpenter, res 513 Ninth 

Dolan Hugh, clerk John Gunnip, res NW cor Forty-second 
and Telegraph ave 

Dolan James, dairyman, res cor Weston ave and Broadway 

Dolan Jas, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co, res Thirty- 
eighth nr Broadway 

Dolan John, tinner M De La Montanya, and extraman 
Engine Co No 1, res Clarendon House 

Dolan Joseph C, fruit, poultry and produce, City Market, 1, 
3 and 5, res 13 Valley 

Dolan L, laborer S P Co 

Dolan Lizzie Miss, employe California Hosiery Co, res 1826 
Goss 

Dolan Maggie, domestic 578 Sixteenth 

Dolan Mamie Miss, 574 Sixteenth 

Dolan Mary Miss, cloakmaker, S F, res 1826 Goss 

Dolan Mary Mrs, dairy farm, res cor Weston ave and Broad- 
way 

Dolan Michael, laborer S P Co, res 1711 Atlantic 

Dolan Michael, laborer S P Co, res 1826 Goss 

Dolan Richard, carpenter, res 513 Ninth 

Dolan Thomas, blacksmith, res 1477 Fifth 

Dolan Thomas, upholsterer McGovern & JCahill, res 823 
Twenty-ninth 

Dolan Thomas, painter, res 166 Seventh 

Dolan Win, cleaner S P Co, res 1711 Atlantic 

Dolbier Delmar, clerk Smallman & Cummins: res 1413 
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Dolbier Ward S, machinist, S F, res 1413 Twelfth ave 

Doling James, carpenter, res 806 Jackson 

Doling Margaret Mrs, res 564 Second 

Dolman Annie L Miss, principal Fruit Vale School, res 

Fruit Vale 
Domenico R, laborer Alameda Macadamizing quarry Co's, 

res same 
Domes Henry W, compositor C B Rice, res 1073 Thirteenth 

ave 
Domes John J, carriage maker, res 1565 Seventh 

DOMESTIC PAPER PATTERNS, Frank 

Kings agent,1062 Broa dway 
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE, Frank 

Kings general agent Alameda County, 1062 Broadway 
Domingus Anton, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

252 Harlan 
Domingus Manuel, laborer, 250 Louisa 
Doininick Alonzo, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Dominick Onara, laborer, res Perry 
Dominico Rampone, laborer P C R quarry, res same 
Domoto Charles H, nurseryman and gardener, res 658 Third 
Donahar J W, propr Clarendon House 855 Washington 
Donahoo P B, inventor, res Market Street House 
Donahoo W H, brickinason, res 465 Thirteenth 
Dohahue Kate Miss, res 1577 San Pablo ave 
Donahue Michael, laborer, res n s Forty fifth nr Grove 
Donahue Thomas, laborer Charter Oak Hotel 
Donahue Thomas, shoemaker Wentworth Booot and Shoe 

Co, res Seventh nr Wood 
Donalan Thomas, printer, Twenty-eighth bet Market and 

Myrtle 
Donald George, gardener I L Requa, res Piedmont 
Donald John, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
Donaldson Alex, stair builder, res 500 Twenty-fourth 
Donaldson Elizabeth Miss, res L417 Castro 
Donaldson Emily 8 Mrs, widow, res 1117 Castro 
Donaldson V M, domestic, 70 E Twelfth 
Donaldson .lane.-, commission, 8 F, res ha Clede House 
Donaldson John, carpenter, res L517 Market 
Donaldson John ( J. apothecary II II Skilling, res 1171 

Washington 
1 Donaldson Mary Miss, res 1417 ('astro 
Donaldson Virgil M, pressmen Pacific Press, res 1517 

Market 
Donaldson Wm A. clerk Truckee Lumber Co, S F, res L620 

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Donavan Patrick, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult 
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Donegan Hugh, asst surveyor S F Tool Co, res cor Twenty- 
fourth and Lee ave 

Donegan J, employe Burnham-Standeford Co 

Donelan S M Mrs, dressmaker, 355 Tenth, res same 

Donelin T James, auditor's office S P Co, S F, res 1430 Six- 
teenth 

Donnell Arthur C, insurance agt, S F, res 1227 Myrtle 

Donnell John, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 

Donnellan Edward, apprentice iron moulder, res 914 Twen- 
ty-eighth 

Donnellan Thomas, printer, 914 Twenty-eighth 

Donnellan Thomas Jr, printer, res 914 Twenty-eighth 

Donnelly Mary Mrs, widow, res 1310 Goss 

Donnelly Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Donnelly Elizabeth, seamstress, res cor Pacific and Camp- 
bell 

Donnelly Grace, res E Fourteenth bet Adaline and Julia 

Donnelly Henry, mining, res E Fourteenth bet Adeline 
and Julia 

Donnelly Henry T Jr, res E Fourteenth bet Adeline and 
Julia 

Donnelly Hettie Miss, res E Fourteenth bet Adeline and 
Julia 

Donnelly John C, traveling salesman, S F, res 1305 Eighth 

Donnelly Mamie, employe California Hosiery Co, res 806 
Washington 

Donnelly Mary Miss, res 1810 Goss 

Donnelly Thomas, hack driver, res Clarendon House 

Donnes Frederick, cook, res 1205 Seventh 

Donniker Adam, waiter, res 403 Ninth 

Donnisher Mary Mrs, cook The Arlington 

Donohue Cornelius J, iron moulder, S F, res 1355 Sixteenth 

Donohue David, laborer, res 707 Sycamore 

Donohue John, apprentice, res 1355 Sixteenth 

Donohue Kate Miss, res 1557 Webster 

Donohue Maggie C Miss, res 1355 Sixteenth 

Donohue Murty, laborer, res 553 Sixth 

Donohue Robert E, gasfitter, S F, res 1355 Sixteenth 

Donohue Samuel J, apprentice, S F, res 1355 Sixteenth 

Donovan Annie Mrs, res 662 Jefferson 

Donovan Con, plasterer, res w s Telegraph nr Alcatraz ave 

Donovan Daniel, clerk W P Slattery, res 760 Third 

Donovan D H, res 613 Sixth 

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Donovan Edward G, letter carrier, res 617 Sixth 

Donovan Eva Miss, res 916 Third 

Donovan James, plasterer, res SW cor Telegraph and Alca- 

traz ave 
Donovan John, watchman S P Co, res 1003 Third 
Donovan John, laborer, res Winthxop House 
Donovan John B. compositor Oakland Enquirer, res 613 

Sixth 
U < Donovan John J, teacher, res 1113 Tenth 
|— O Donovan John L, paper hanger McGovern & Cahill, res 

1003 Third 
Donovan John T, engineer Flint & Zimmerman, res 495 

Twenty-fifth 
Donovan Julia Mrs, domestic, res 843 Madison 
Donovan Lucy M Mrs, res 158 Fifth 
Donovan Maggie E Miss, milliner Mrs N Laymance, res 

613 Sixth' 
Donovan Margaret Mrs, res 613 Sixth 
Donovan Mary Mrs, nurse, res 1053 Peralta 

^ Donovan Michael, employe St Mary's Cemetery, res 916 
Third 
H Donovan Minnie Miss, milliner, res 916 Third 
Donovan William S, atty-at-law, res 613 Sixth 
Doody Arthur H, sign writer Doody & Hoolev, res 565 
JM Sixth 

p*^ Doody Daniel \\\ painter Doody & Hooley, res 565 Sixth 
VJ Doody & Hooley (Miles Doody and Cornelius Hooley) house 
T painters and decorators, IT -1 'Twelfth 

Doody Miles (Doody & Hoolev) and asst chief engineer and 
fire warden O F D, res 565 Sixth 
^j Doolan James, baker John B Davitt, res 1810 Seventh 
^4 Doolan James II, livery and sale stables, 1070 Thirteenth 

^^| ave, res L 067 Twelfth ave 

kJj D-x.lan Michael, yardman S P Co, res 1860 William 
3G Dooley Charles, res (Jalindo Hotel 

pi J Dooley John, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 1005 

M Third 

^* Dooley Margaret Mrs, res L457 Eighth 

Dooley Patrick, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 1005 

H Third 

Doolittle D W. carpenter, res 569 Sixth 
WDoom James, laborer J L Davie, res 970 Washington 
Doom .1 E, Laborer, rea 83 l Franklin 
Doom I: G \4 Franklin 

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Doran Daniel, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Doran James, blacksmith Martin Ryan, res Capitol Hotel 
Doran* Jeremiah, hay, grain and feed, 1957 San Pablo ave 

cor Thirtieth, res 1950 Filbert 
Doran Jane Mrs, res 1778 Atlantic 
Doran Maggie Miss, forelady mangling dept Contra Costa 

Laundry, res 1778 Atlantic 
Doran May Miss, cashier Contra Costa Laundry, res 1778 

Atlantic 
Doran Nicholas, sexton St Patrick's Church, res 960Peralta 
Dorcey J J, train dispatcher, res Weber Hotel 
Dore John, bookkeeper P Kennedy & Co, S 

Eighth 
Dorety Joseph H, commission merchant, S 

Eighth ave 
Dorety Mabel L Miss, res 1230 Eighth ave 
Dorgan John, carpenter, res 1715 William 
Dorgan Michael, dairy, 2417 Piedmont ave 
Dorman Asenath Mrs, widow, res 1656 Webster 
Dorman Henry, painter, res 409 Thirteenth 
Dornin Geo W, clerk, S F, res 1974 Webster ave 
Dorn Ernest R, bridge builder S P Co, res 988 Willow 
Dorn Samuel, butcher, res Girard House 
Dornbach George W, engineer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, 

res 1010 Third 
Dornin Nelson E, student Hopkins Academy, res Berkeley 
Dorrell Eunice V Miss, res 264 B 
Dorrell James G, carpenter, res 264 B 
Dorrell Thomas C, res 264 B 

Dorsaz Fred H, photographer W W Dames, res 831 Myrtle 
Dorsch Charles, merchant tailor, dyeing and cleaning, 1712 

Seventh, res same 
Dorsch Mary Mrs, dressmaker, 1712 Seventh, res same 
Dorsch Tillie M, milliner F M Reed & Co, res 1713 Eleventh 
Dorsey J J, employe S P Co, res 508i Fifteenth 
Dorwin George W, supt Melrose Smelting Works, res Bay 

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Doty — — , track walker S P Co, res 1057 Thirteenth ave 
Doty Antone, laborer S P Co, res 1772 Atlantic 
Doty Joseph, laborer S P Co 

Doub D Milton, gas fixtures, S F, res 528 Thirty-first 
Doubt Joseph H, laborer, res 1167 Thirty-sixth 
Doubt Mary J Mrs, dressmaker, res 1167 Thirty-sixth 





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Dougery Charles, plasterer, res 1828 Adeline 
Dougherty Mrs. res 756 Seventh 
Dougherty Ada Miss, res E Fourteenth bet Adeline and 

Julia 
Dougherty Ann Mrs, res 721 Fifth 
Dougherty C M, capitalist, res E Fourteenth bet Adeline 

and Julia 
Dougherty Daniel, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Dougherty E, painter, res 523 Eighth 
Dougherty Hugh, engineer S P Co, res 1715 Goss 
Dougherty Phillip, fireman S P Co, res 1715 Goss 
Dougherty Etta Miss, res 1417 Sixth ave 
Douglas Prank J, switchman S P Co, res 817 Peralta 
Douglas George A, employe City Hall, res Fruit Vale ave 
Douglas Marjorie Miss, res 860 E Fourteenth 
Douglas Nathan S, bookkeeper Dalziel & Moller, res 2015 

( Shestnui 

Douglai , painter, res Pullman Hotel 

Douglass Eliza Mrs, widow, res 1919 Magnolia 
Doaglass P J, switchman S P Co, res 817 Peralta 
Douglass S X Mrs, res Galindo Hotel 
Dovide Simeone, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Dow Amos R (Dow & Forsting) real estate, res L185 E Six- 
nth 
Dow Augustus, insurance, B F, res l I s ; Thirteenth 
Dow Daniel, painter, res L267 Campbell 
Dow Edward, Bhoe maker Nolan & Williamson, rea 825 

Twenty-ninth 
Dot* d Forsting (A lv Dow and L AY Forsting) real estate 

and insurance, Twenty-third ave Station 
Do* i E, hydraulic machinery, S F, res 568 Twenty- 

fifth 

W. student, r< a L370 Eleventh 

D i .'I'wrniv-lliirl ave 

1 '"\v John, painter, rea 1 26*7 Campbell 

1 1 ■■••• I ■ carpenter 8 P < Jo, res L370 Eleventh 

1 >-w M M i 370 Eleventh 

I >"v, Minnie B M Twenty-third ave 

Dow Rath Mrs, dressmaker Mrs M E Hillier, res 512 Eighth 

Dow W A tudent, n I 21 Twenty-third ave 

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Dowd Daniel, painter, res 1267 Campbell 

Dowd Michael, laborer, res cor E Twelfth and Twenty-first ave 

Dowdle Charles, clerk Jordan & Arnold, res 1122 Chestnut 

Dowdle Clara Miss, res 1122 Chestnut 

Dowdle Everett S, pressman Jordan & Arnold, res 1122 

Chestnut 
Dowdle Louise Mrs, widow, res 1122 Chestnut 
Dower Edward, employe S P Co, res 1706 Seward 
Dower Daniel, cleaner S P Co, res 1706 Seward 
Dowling Emma Miss, employe Ames & Dietrich, S F, res 

417 Fourth 
Dowling Kate Miss, res n s Thirty-ninth, second house from 

Telegraph ave 
Dowling Sadie Miss, res n s Thirty-ninth, second house from 

Telegraph ave 
Dowling Sarah E Mrs, res n s Thirty-ninth, second house 

from Telegraph ave 
Dowling Thomas, waiter, Galindo Hotel 
Dowling W E, carpet layer, res 555 Twenty-second 
Downard Richard, laborer, res Vernon ave, Emeryville 
Downer Elijah H, res Halleck nr Park ave, Emeryville 
Downer Hart A, res 1910 Thirteenth ave 
Downer Susan B Miss, res Halleck nr Park ave, Emeryville 
Downey Andrew, real estate, res 854 Jefferson 
Downey Ann Mrs, res 665 Fifth 
Downey Annie Miss, res 665 Fifth 

Downey Daniel, gripman C RCo, res 689 Twenty-seventh 
Downey Frank, employee James Dallas, res 914 Fifth 
Downey J C, clerk Whittier, Fuller & Co, S F, res 1273 

Ninth ave 
Downey John, carpenter Pacific Coast Planing Mills, res S F 
Downey Patrick, conductor OCR Co, res 689 Twenty- 
Seventh 
Downey Peter, laborer, res Oakland House 
Downey T A, patrolman, res 458 Seventh 
Downey Thomas, lather, res 669 Fourth 
Downey Thomas A, policeman, res 413 Ninth 
Downey William J, res 665 Fifth 
Downie B I P Co, factory east of Lake Merritt, office at 

factory and 204 Market, S F 
Downie W, employe Burnham-Standeford Co 
Downing Geo J, purser steamer Corona, res 1556 Ninth ave 
Downing J C V, mariner, 705 Twenty-seventh 
Downing J H, photographer, res 709 Tenth 
Downing John, teamster Hayes & Co, res Golden Gate Hotel 

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Downing Rena Miss, res 1556 Ninth ave 
Downing Theodore H, res 1556 Ninth ave 
Downing Thos A, res 1253 Eleventh ave 
Downing Thos H, lather, res 1868 Division 
Downing Will E, marine engineer, res 1556 Ninth ave 
Downs Daniel, brakeman S P. Co, res 1612 Fifteenth 
Downs Daniel B, master mariner, res High, Melrose 
Downs Orlando K, livery and boarding stable, 1692 Tele- 
graph ave, res same 
Downs S (t, employe K Downs, res 1692 Telegraph ave 
Downs Thomas, stableman Fisher & Taylor, res foot of 

Franklin 
Downs Win, res Winthrop House 
DOWS B W, manager Central Pharmacy, junction San 

Pablo ave and Broadway, res 572 Ninth 
I )nyle Chester, Japanese interpreter, S F, res 1311 Fourth 

ave 
Doyle Dan, laborer S P Co 
Dovle Denis, emplove Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 1862 

William 
Doyle Edward, shoemaker, S F, res 1518 Fifth 
Doyle Prank F, farmer, res cor San Pablo and Doyle aves, 

( rolden I rate 
Doyle James, iron worker, res 1511 Seventh 
Dovle James A, tinsmith S P Co, res 909 Fifth 
Doyle James -I. -ail maker, S F, res 229 Harlan 
Doyle John, teamster Have- & Co, res Stock Yards 
Dovle John D, farmer, res cor San Pablo and Doyle ave-. 

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Doyle Margaret Miss, res L224 Eighth 
Doyle M E Mrs, widow, res L311 Fourth ave 
Doyle Michael, repairer S 1' ('<>. re- I860 William 
Doyle Michael Jr, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 

I860 William 

le Patrick, employe Water Works, res L815 Seventh 
Doyle Thomas, horse shoer, res 698 Thirty-fifth 
1 trado John, laborer, res 220 I [ele'n 

Uberl 8, Btudenl . res 77 I Nineteenth 
I > i : 1 1 - Ales S, res 77 1 Nineteenth 
Draifl Lucinda .1 M i 77 I Nineteenth 

I trais Roberl . studenl . res 77 1 Nineteenth 
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Drake E M, book binder Pacific Press, res 715 Twelfth 

Drake George, plumber Dalziel & Moller, res 620 Franklin 

Drake George F, jeweler, S F, res 1720 Seward 

Drake George W, laborer S P Co, res 1720 Seward 

Drake Grace, compositor Pacific Press, res 715 Twelfth 

Drake John B, clerk, S F, res 1720 Seward 

Drake Mary A, res 368 First 

Drake Mary A Mrs, res 620 Franklin 

Drake Theresa, w r eaver California Cotton Mills, res 620 

Franklin . 

Drake Thomas, collector, res 620 Franklin 
; Drake Willis, boiler tender Judson Works, res 2126 Magno- 
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j Draper Hattie E, music teacher, res 1151 Harrison 
J Draper John S, mgr H J Smith & Co, res 1507 Telegraph 

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• Draper Mabel, res 1151 Harrison 
Draper Thomas B, plasterer, res 1066 E Fifteenth 
Dreaper Calvin P, raftsman S P Co, res 1667 William 
Dredge T F, res 251 Eighth 

Drennan Alice Miss, student, res e s Adeline nr Fortieth 
Drennan Annie Miss, student High School, res e s Adeline 

nr Fortieth 
Drennan Thomas, machinist, res e s Adeline nr Fortieth 
Drennon Carrie Miss, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
Drennon Elizabeth Mrs, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
Drennon Mary Miss, corset maker, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
Drennon Nellie Miss, tailoress, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
Drennon Nelson, water tender steamer Queen of Pacific, res 

1013 Eleventh ave 
Drennon Vina Miss, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
Dresco L (Petar & Dresco) res 1363 Castro 
Dressal Peter, boiler maker Clark & Wooley, res SW cor 

Thirty-ninth and Grove 
Dresser Walter H, cashier S P Co, res 1024 Willow 
Dressier Gustavus, boots and shoes, 615 E Twelfth, res 

same 
Dressier Walter H, freight clerk Sixteenth Street Station, 

res 856 Adeline 
Drew E, res 472 Twenty-fourth 
Drew Edwin P Capt, master barque W H Dimond, res 1418 

Filbert 
Drew Elizabeth Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundrv, res 

1420 Fifteenth 
Drew Aimer R, asst instructor University of California, 

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I Drew Enoch, res 681 Twenty-fifth 
Drew James, laborer East Oaklank Brick Yard, res 1443 

Linden 
Drew Joseph, apprentice, res 1420 Fifteenth 
Drew Sam, blacksmith, res 1853 Short 
Drexler Jefferson, cook, res Vernon ave 
Dreyer Ella M, titter Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 
"1334 Kirkham 
| Dreyer Fred, news agt, res 310 Seventh 
Driver John H, shoemaker, S F, res 310 Seventh 
Dreyer Louisa Miss, res 310 Seventh 
Dreyer Margaret Miss, res 310 Seventh 
Dreyer Margaret Mrs, widow, res 1334 Kirkham 
Driggs IM ward II, laborer, res n s Temescal nr Telegraph 

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Driggs I eorge R, res 1019 Webster 
Drink water Ambrose M, collector Contra Costa Water Co, 

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riscoll James J, employe J Strauss & Co, S F, res 

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riscoll Jeremiah, laborer S P Co, res 753 Campbell 
riscoll Johanna M Mrs, widow, res 1405 Webster 
riscoll John, laborer S P Co, res 753 Campbell 
riscoll Julia Miss, res 766 Eighteenth 
riscoll Kate, domestic, res 262 E Tenth 
riscoll Lillie Miss, res 9 l<> Peralta 
riscoll M, employe G F Cri-1 & Son, res cor E Twelfth and 

Twenty-second ave 
riscoll ie Mis-, domestic, res 1155 Jackson 

riscoll Maria Mrs, res 613 Seventeenth 
riscoll Mike, rea Winthrop Bouse 
riscoll Moses, Inmate In Just rial Home for the Adult Blind, ^ > 

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riscoll s V Mrs, rea 1457 Broadway 
riscoll Mrs, vest maker M J KELLEK 
Driscoll William, farmer, res e a Adeline bet Menlo and 

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riscoll Win. laborer, rea s, "> Ali< 
riscoll W'.n F . student 8 P Tat.-, rea 940 Peralta 
river II W, nurse, rea 1 261 ( lampbell 
rucker Herman, expressman, rea 1451 Seventh 
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Druhe Herman A, bookkeeper, S F, res 1378 Tenth 

Druhe John H, capitalist, res 1175 Market 

Druhiii Carl, paper box mfr, res 1312 Grove 

Druke Caroline Miss, res Fruit Vale ave 

DrumCassie M Miss, res 953 Market 

Drum Frank G, cashier, S F, res 953 Market 

Drum John S, capitalist, 1050 Broadway, res 953 Market 

Drum John S Jr, student, res 953 Market 

Drummond John, laborer, res Felton, Lorin 

Drummond R, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Drury Loretta Miss, dressmaker, res 1156i Seventh 

Drussel Daniel, clerk, H J McAvoy, res 918 Filbert 

Drussel Julia Mrs, res 918 Filbert 

Drussel Louis M, employe planing mills, res 918 Filbert 

Drynen Annie C Mrs, widow, res 227 Tenth 

Drynen Marv L Miss, bookkeeper P W Bellingall, S F, res 

227 Tenth 
Drynen William J, clerk J N Knowles, S F, res 227 Tenth 
Duarte Manuel, laborer, res 1723 Seventh 
Duarte Manuel I, laborer, res 1723 Seventh 
Dubernet L Mrs, dressmaking parlors, cor E Fourteenth 

and Thirtieth ave 
Dubernet Lucien, picture frame mfr, S F, res 1258 Elev- 
enth ave 
Dubernet Roal F, picture frame mfr. also dealer in artists' 
materials, engravings and oil paintings, 1122 Thir- 
teenth ave, res 1258 Eleventh ave 
Dubois Benjamin, pattern maker, res 2101 Adeline 
Du Bois Elijah, capitalist, res 1632 Telegraph ave 
Dubois Fred W, brakeman S P Co, res 1112 Eleventh ave 
Du Bois Irene E Mrs, teacher Lincoln School, res 586 Tenth 
Dubois Peter, stair builder, res 2101 Adeline 
Dubois Rosine L Miss, domestic I L Requa, res Piedmont 
Dubois Win C, railway postal clerk, res 1112 Eleventh ave 
Duchein Cyrille, cutler, 422 Seventh, res 612 Franklin 
Duchrau Emile, tailor, S F, res 807 Wood 
Duddy George, res 911 Ninth 
Duddy Martin, express, res 911 Ninth 
Dudley Arey A, chemist, S F, res 1222 Franklin 
Dudley Chas P, res 1236 Adeline 
j£ * Dudley Ezra C, conductor S P Co, res Market St Block 
^ 2 Dudley Justin Z, artist, res 1222 Franklin 
U g 1 Dudley Wm M (Glines & Dudley) res 1236 Adeline 
_ < Due Anton, driver, Park ave nr Horton, Emeryville 
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Duffy A J, capitalist, res Fewland House, Seventh 

Duffy Bernard, teamster Kemillard Brick Co 

Duffy Clarence Miss, dressmaker La Clede House, 1116 

Broadway 
Duffy Francis Miss, dressmaker La Clede House, 1116 

Broadway 
Duffy James A, capitalist, res Merrill Hotel 
Duffy John E, feeder Pacific Iron and Xail Works, res 819 

Filbert 
Duffy Lizzie M Miss, shoe fitter Nolan Bros, S F, res 819 

Filbert 
Duffy Patrick, saloon, San Pablo ave nr Folger ave, Golden 

Gate 
Duffy Thomas, plasterer, res 1355 Kirkham 
Duffy Thomas, laborer, res e s Telegraph ave bet Linden 

and Temescal 
Duffy Thomas M, porter, S F, res 819 Filbert 
Dufit Mary Mrs, res 372 First 

Dufrane John L, contractor, res 1312 Telegraph ave 
Dufud Peter, caulker, res 709 Webster 
Dugan Annie Miss, student res 1372 Twelfth 
Dugan Km ma A, student Dnpue & Avdelotte's Business I !ol- 

iege, i. a 22 South'Park, S F 
Dugan F J, switchman S P Co, res 1562 Seventh 
Dugan George, collector Wheeler A Wilson Manufacturing 

Co, res L065 Campbell 
Dugan George J, lather, res 1372 Twelfth 
Dugan ' . ■■ .1 Jr, student, res 1372 Twelfth 

an Jennie Miss, student, res L372 Twelfth 
Dugan John, Bwitchman 8 1' Co, res 1562 Seventh 
Dugdall Marguerite Miss, operator Sunset Telephone 1 ] 

graph Co, res 510 Twelfth 
Dugdall Wm II. salesman WheelerA Wilson Manufacturing 

'I Fifteenth 
Duggan Annie, domestic, ( .c>'» Twelfth 
Duggan Thomas, gardener W Metcalf, res cor College and 

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Duirahon Charles, butcher, res Halletl ave nr Green, Stock 

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Duke John, bookkeeper, res 306 Fourteenth 
Dukey < 'arl, res L367 Fifteenth 
Dukey E M Mrs, res 1367 Fifteenth 
Dulcich Luigi, carpenter, res NE c^r E Fourteenth and 

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Duley M res 1 157 Eighth 

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Dumas Anna Mrs, res 1721 Myrtle 

Dumett E C Mrs, res 1574 Seventh ave 

Dumett John C, marine engineer, res 1574 Seventh ave 

Dun Joseph, clerk Salingu, res 855 Washington 

Dunakin Thomas H, porter C E Whitnev S F, res 1308 

Twelfth ave 
Dunbar Joshua, tea and coffee, 1008 Ninth ave 
Dunbar Kate Miss, ironer Contra Costa Laundry, res 1418 

Fifteenth 
Dunbar Lizzie Miss, landress Contra Costa Laundry, res 1418 

Fifteenth 
Dunbar Minnie, binder, Pacific Press, res 763 Seventeenth 
Dunbar Retta, compositor Pacific Press, res 763 Seventeenth 
Dunbar S G S, principal Durant School, res 431 Hawthorn 

ave 
Duncan Alexander, salesman, res 1524 Broadway 
Duncan Alexander, carpenter, res 1526£ Broadway 
Duncan Anna J Mrs, res 1059 Brush 
Duncan D G Mrs, res 1365 Eighth 
Duncan F Mrs, res 1059 Brush 

Duncan George J, baggageman S P Co, res 1726 William 
Duncan James, engineer Jute Mills, res 129 E Eleventh 
Duncan J J, res 1059 Brush 
Duncan M A Mrs, res 3 Forty-fourth 
Duncan R D, painter S P Co, res 1209 Broadway 
Duncan R M, grocer 851 Myrtle, res 945 Myrtle 
Duncan Robert, carpenter S P Co, res 956 Third 
Duncombe Lucy M Mrs, res 1676 Thirteenth ave 
Dundon John, carpenter Eagle Planing Mill, res 838 West 
Duner Arnold, dairyman, res Beulah Park 
Dungan Eugene L, baggageman S P Co, res 1719 Sherman 
Dunham Benjaman F (Dunham, Carrigan,Hayden & Co S F) 

res 1397 Alice 
Dunham C A Mrs, res 1157 Market 
Dunham Clarissa Mrs, widow res 1502 Broadway 
Dunham David H, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 524 

Sixth 
Dunham E C, salesman, res 1157 Market 
Dunham Emily K Miss, res 524 Sixth 
Dunham Everett C, clerk The J Dewing Co, res 1137 

Market 
Dunham Geo P, driver McCleverty & Noblett, res 524 Sixth 
Dunham Timothy, driver OCR Co, res n s Forty-seventh 

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Dunham Woodruff Capt, oysterman and boatman, res 
water front foot of Harrison 

Dunkle booth . painter Wm H "Weilbye 

DUNIAP CHAS H, agent Mutual Life Insurance 
Co of New York, 962 Broadway 

Dunlap Henry A, house mover, res 720 Seventh 

Dunlap John N, U S Bridge tender Webster street bridge, 
res Webster street bridge 

Dunlap Win, res 720 Seventh 

Dunlevy Michael, butcher, ( .'71 Third 

Dunmire Samuel S, res 1361 Franklin 

Dunn Alex, machinist, S F, res L370 Ninth 

Dunn Charles, res 1656 Webster 

Dunn Clara B Miss, clerk W U T Co, S F, res 692 Sycamore 

Dunn E L, res 1756 Seventh 

Dunn Ellen Mrs, res 1414 Seventeenth 

Dunn Gertie Miss, res 1222 Cypress 

Dunn Howard, surveyor, office city engineer, res Ross House 

Dunn J Mrs, res 1414 Seventeenth 

Dunn James, butcher O'Connell & McDonald, res 1273 San 
Pablo ave 

Dunn James, moulder, res Peralta ave 

Dunn J M, dentist 1155 Broadway, res 467 Thirteenth 

Dunn John, machinist, res Clark street, Melrose 

Dunn J P, student of medicine, res 1155 Broadway 

Dunn Martin, laborer, res 911 Seventh 

Dunn Mary Mi-> res 690 Sycamore 

Dunn Nellie J Mrs, res 1414 Seventeenth 

Dunn Patrick, laborer, res 1612 Myrtle 

Dunn Patrick H, gardener, res L431 Webster 

Dunn R K. dentist 1108| Broadway, res 1224 Franklin 

Dunn Samuel W, book agt, res 692 Sycamore 

Dunn Susan M Miss, teacher, res L656 Webster 

Dunn Thomas, Laborer, res ( ->72 E Sixteenth 

Dunn Wilber L, paper hanger Fawcetl Bros, res 692 Syca- 
more 

Dunn Wm, cleaner S P Co, rea 1612 Myrtle 

Dunnavan John, paper hanger, res 1060 Broadway 

Dunne James, tailor, rea 1617 Eighth 

Dunne John, clerk S P Co, S F. rea B28 Myrtle 

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Dunne Patrick Jr, tailor I' .1 O'Connor, rea L617 Eighth 

Dunne Thomas, clerk, rea 1617 Eighth 

Dannetl Georgie Miss, artist, rea 378 E Fifteenth 

Dunning Terrence S, drug clerk, res 700 Twenty-sixth 

Dunphy Thomas, teacher violin, rea 764 Twentieth 



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Dunstan John, coachman and gardener W W Cameron, re s | 

1914 Telegraph ave 
Dunster John H, carpenter, res 742 Peralta 
Dupont G, laborer, res 728 Chestnut 
Duponte Anton, laborer, res 1517 Third 
Du Prat Augustus, clerk S F, res 1057 Campbell 
Duran A, res 572 Tenth 
Duran Agnes Mrs, res 572 Tenth 
Duran Edward C, artist, res 572 Tenth 
Durand Sherwood, horseman, res 1666 Broadway 
Durant Amos, cleaner S P Co, res 586 Twentieth 
Durant Amos, clerk S P Co, res San Pablo ave cor Folsom, 

Golden Gate 
Durant School, S GS Dunbar principal, n s Twenty-eighth 

bet Grove and West 
Durant William W, musician, res 600 Twelfth 
Duren Alice M Miss, teacher, res 1405 Alice 
Durenberger M, bushelman M J KEIjTjEB., res 1118 

Third 

Durham , carpenter, res 363 Fifth 

Durham Annie Miss, res 460 Sixth 

Durham John, gardener Q A Chase, res Broadway nr Moss 

ave 
Durham John O, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult 

Blind, res same 
Durham J P Mrs, milliner L M Reed & Co, res 1116 Wash- 
ington 
Durham William, hostler Hunt Bros, res 514 Fourteenth 
Durham William F, res 1217 Harrison 
Durkee Geo W, carpenter, res 315 Eleventh 
Durkee Mrs, San Pablo ave nr Klinkner ave, Golden 

Gate 
Durkin Mary E Miss, domestic A M Simpson, res 1265 ' 

Grove 
Durmont J, watchman S P Co 

Durning T Geo, mining supt, res 1663 Eleventh ave 
Durning Thomas A Jr. clerk, res 1614 Fifteenth 
Durning Thomas A, printer, S F, res 1614 Fifteenth 
Du Rose Alice Miss, res 1117 Poplar 
Du Rose Charles H, carpenter Burnham-Standeford Co, 

res 1117 Poplar 
Du Rose Francis F, propr Palace Baths, S F, res 1117 

Poplar 

Durr Mrs, packer R Franke & Co 

Durr John J, shoemaker, 1508 Broadway, res same 
Durst Emily B Miss, res 1113 Adeline 



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Durst Joachim, res 1113 Adeline 

Dusinbury Harry E, clerk Geo B Seaman, res 1228 Adeline 
Dusinbury John B, res 1228 Adeline 
DUSINBURY MYRON T (Dusinbury & Wurts) 

and notary public, res 1228 Adeline 
DUSINBURY & WURTS (Myron T Dusinbury 

and Myron L Wurts) real estate and insurance, 467 

Ninth' 
Dusing William, millhand California Door Co, res S F 
Dusio B, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, res 

same 
Dustin James, horse trainer, res Park ave cor Hollis, Emery- 
ville 
Dutra Tony, Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 1413 

Eighteenth 
Dutton Alfred H, collector Enquirer Publishing Co, res 

1312 San Pablo ave 
Dutton John W, advertising agt Enquirer, res 1312 San 

Pablo ave 
Dutton J W Mrs, dressmaker, 1312 San Pablo ave, res 

same 
Duval Joseph, carpenter, W T Vietch, res 762 Twentieth 
Duval Oliver, foreman W T Veitch, res 777 Fourteenth 
Da Val W Moylan, mfrs' agt, S F, res 1259 Alice 
Duvall Frank, employe California Jute Mills 
Dwinell I E Rev, professor Theological Seminary, res 460 

Plymouth ave 
Dwyer Bridget Mr-, res 1010 Third 
Dwyer Daniel, marble and granite works, nr Mountain View 

Cemetery gate, res Piedmont ave nr Cemetery 
Dwyer James, res Alcatraz ave E of Adeline 
Dwyer Thomas, car driver Fourteenth Street Railway, res 

1210 Peralta 
Dyekinan Anna R Mrs. widow, res 1320 Broadway 
Dyer A. miner, res 558 Sixth 

Dyer Mi — . Btudent High School, res 966 Eighteenth 
Dyer E 1 Mr-, res 966 Eighteenth 
Dyer Ernest I. -indent High School, res 966 Eighteenth 
Dyer Jennie II Mi--, res L257 Jackson 
Dyer Harold 1'. Bupt Beet Sugar Manufacturing Co, res 966 

Eighteenth 
Dyer Henry 8, sugar expert, s F, res 966 Eighteenth 

Hubert P, student State University, res 966 Eighteenth 
Dyer •! A. painter P \ ELuss, res 513 Eleventh 
Dyer Joseph B, stock broker, 8 1". rea 312 Fourteenth 
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Dyer R C Dr, electrician, res 558 Sixth 
Dyer Ruth B Miss, res 1257 Jackson 
Dyke Julia A Mrs, widow, res 161 Third 
Dynes Wm H, conductor S P Co, res 1519 Eighth 
Dysart W W, Pullman Car porter, res 1868 Seventh 

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Eadie James, stone cutter Amador Marble Co, res Mountain 

View Cemetery 
Eadie William, polisher Amador Marble Co, res Mountain i 

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Eadon Moses, buyer Hawley Bros Hardware Co, 1261 Sixth i | I 

ave 
Eadon Zillah Miss, res 1261 Sixth ave 
Eads C A Mrs, dressmaking, 1017 Clay 
Eagan E Miss, res Welldon House 
Eagan John, stone cutter D Dwyer, res 476 Twelfth 
Eagan Tracv Miss, dressmaker, res Welldon House 
EAGEN & HOGAN (John J Eagen and Thos P 

Hogan) proprietors Humboldt Lumber Co, cor Fourth 

and Washington 
Eagen John J (Eagen & Hogan) res 567 Eighth 
Eager Mary Mrs, res 1315 Twelfth ave 
Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, Richard Abbey pres, 

George Roeth sec, Alfred Abbey supt, box makers and 

spruce lumber dealers, 611 and 615 Market 

EAGLE PLANING MILLS, Tocole & Broadwell 

proprietors, 752-758 Franklin 
Eagles Wm C, res 817 Peralta 
Eames Frank, res 865 Center 
Eames George W, conductor S P Co, res 837 Clay 
Earners Jeane Miss, res 266 Thirteenth 
Eames Louisa C Mrs, res 865 Center 
Eames Sarah Miss, student, res 1465 San Pablo ave 
Earickson E J, upholsterer, res 1826 Adeline 
Earl A T Mrs, res 1219 Jefferson 
Earl Catherine, res 1113 Third 
Earl George J, carpenter, res 322 B 
Earl Guy C (Hall & Earl) atty-at-law and notary public, 

957 Broadway, res 1219 Jeffersou 
Earl Katie Mrs, res 1113 Third 
Earl W Mrs, tailoress, res 1019 Broadway 
Earl Walter, plumber, res 1091 Third 



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Earle John B. note teller 

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Earley James, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Hollis 

nr Park ave, Emeryville 
Earnest Joseph T, commission merchant, S F. r< 
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mi Wm L, city editor the Oakland Times 
Easter Emma Miss, res 1718 San Pablo ave 

ster John W, res L718 San Pablo ave 
East< r I. ura E Miss, res 1718 San Pablo ave 
Mary P Miss, res 1718 San Pablo ave 
Easter Nettie Miss, res 1718 San Pablo ave 
Sherman U, res 1718 San Pablo ave 
Easterhrook Thomas L, brickmason, re- 1227 Peralta 
tern Market, T J Crowley propr, 1561 Broadway 
-iham Henry 8, master mariner, res 519 E Fourteenth 
Eastham Maria L Mrs, res 519 E Fourteenth 

land Alfred T, sec Stockton Gas Light and Heat Cm. 
S F. res I ralindo Hotel 
EASTLAND JOSEPH Gr, president Oakland I 

Light and Heat Co, ( .>04 Broadwav. res Bon Air 
Eastland Saun M, crockery and glassware, S F, res L373 

Ninth 
EASTLAND VAN LEER, superintendent Oak- 
land Gas Light and Heat Co, res 817 Grove 
Eastland Win II, crockery and glassware, S F, res 137:) 

Ninth 
Eastman Bowman, res 1322 Truth 

man C II, commission merchant, S F, res 1057 Seventh 

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EASTMAN FRANK G, superintendent quarry 

Oakland Paving Co, res 460 Twenty-fourth 
inian Joel A. carpenter, rea L105 E Twenty-second 
•man Lottie F G Miss, res 460 Twenty-fourth 
man Lu E Miss, rea L223 Eleventh ave 
tnian Alfred, res L223 Eleventh ave 
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EASTMAN MOSES H, superintendent The Oak- 
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■man R M Miss, res 460 Twenty-fourth 
tman Walt< r r. engin< i c Elictric Light Works, S P Co, 

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East Oakland Planing Mill, Miller & Co proprs, E Twelfth 

bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth aves 
East Oakland Presbyterian Church, cor E Fourteenth and 

Thirteenth ave 
Easton Berkeley, printer Tribune, res 918 Harrison 
Easton E J Mrs, res Winsor Hotel 
Easton Frederick, employe S P Co, res 1772 Goss 
Easton Irene Miss, dressmaker, res 1373 Harrison 
Easton James, capitalist, res 1373 Harrison 
Easton Margaret Miss, res 1373 Harrison 
Eaton Charles H, lumber surveyor, res 857 Myrtle 
Eaton E J Mrs, res 857 Myrtle 
Eaton Henry J, laundry man, res 1379 Sixteenth 
Eaton Horace T, student, res 1379 Sixteenth 
Eaton Grace A Miss, res 857 Myrtle 
Eaton Mary Miss, res 719 Eighth 

Ebeling Fred, clerk Paul J Reilly, res 904 Washington 
Ebeling Mary Mrs, sausage, 467i Eighth, res 904 Washing- 
ton 
Ebell Society, mail care of Mrs Florence Varney, 935 Fil- 
bert 
Eber George, carpenter, res 533 Seventeenth 
Eber John, res 369 Eleventh 
Eber John W, brick layer, res 369 Eleventh 
Eberlein Charles S, sign writer, res 1741 Filbert 
Eberlein Ida Mrs, res 1749 Filbert 
Ebson Anthony, res 1726 Pacific 
Eby John D, mgr Stearns Manufacturing Co, S F, res 1213 

Myrtle 
Eccles Robert, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Eccles Wm J, painter Farwell & Russell, res 951 Thirty- 
fifth 
Eccleston R Mrs, res 1220 Union 
Echlin Charles C, clerk Home Mutual Insurance Co, S F, 

res 1010 Ewenty-eighth 
Echlin James A, contractor and builder, res 1010 Twenty- 
eighth 
Eckers John C, carpenter, res Willamette House 
Eckles Ingabo N Mrs, res Golden Gate 
Eckles Jessie L Miss, res Golden Gate 
Eckles Nellie M Miss, teacher Bay Public School, Golden 

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Eckles Raymond, foreman, S F, res Golden Gate 





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Eclipse Cracker Co, Max C H Snuthenhaus agt, res 562 

Sixth 
Eddiugs A E Mrs, res Bravton Block 
Eddings William C, propf " The Cave," 473 Eleventh, res 

Brayton Block 
Eddy Charles, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 951-J- 

Third 
Eddy Harrv, emplove Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 973 

Third " 
Eddy Jennie Mrs, dressmaker, res 1050 Third 
Eddy M J Miss, res 555 Nineteenth 
Edelen Emma Miss, res 914 Peralta 
Edelen R L, brick mason, res 560 Ninth 
Edgar A, fireman S P Co, res 802 Pine 
Edgar A M Mrs, res 2153 West 

Edgar James, miner, res Korty-first nr San Pablo ave 
Edgar Margaret J Mrs, res 2153 West 
EDGAR ROBERT, deputy County clerk, res 

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Edgar Samuel, blacksmith James Galvin, res Berkeley 
Edgar W J, fireman S P Co, res Berkeley 
Edgar W J, fireman S P Co, res 1863 William 
Edgcomb Richard P, carpenter S P Co, res 811 Pine 
Edgecomb Byron W, clerk S P Co, res 371 Fifth 
Edinger F S, draughtsman B and B dept S P Co, res 1413 

Brush 
Edlund Augusta, domestic, 1020 Fourteenth 
Edmonds Walter J, barber, res 717 Sixth 
Edmunds Catherine Mrs, res 228 E Fourteenth 
Edoff James I\ commercial traveler, res 913 Grove 
Edouart Percival E, stone cutter D Dwyer, res 2507 Pied- 
mont ave 
Edstrom Thomas, trunk maker, res 811 Center 
Edward .Joseph T, laborer, res 1864 Short 
1 Edward William F, glove maker, S F, res Golden Gate 
Edwards Mrs, carpel sewer MoGovern & Cahill, res 514 

Fifteenth 
Edwards Mrs, seamstress, res L278 San Pablo ave 
1 Edwards Ada Mi — , res 1064 Twelfth 
Edwards Al, clerk, res 514 Fifteenth 
Edwards Albert, painter, res 535^ Sixteenth 
Edwards Ambrose F, jeweler R \V Edwards, res 1054 

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Edwards Annie Miss, domestic res 063 Center 
Edwards Benjamin P, dentist Broadway cor Seventh, res 
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Edwards Charles Mrs, res 656 Sixth 

Edwards Charles J, laborer, res 811 Brush 

Edwards Charles S, butcher H F Gieschen, res 522 E Four- 
teenth 

Edwards Daniel F, mining, res 1417 Tenth 

Edwards David H, laborer, res 811 Brush 

Edwards D R, agt M J KELLER, 1007-1009 Broad- 
way 

Edwards E, cooper R Franke & Co, res 1921 Myrtle 

Edwards Edward Jr, cooper, res 1921 Myrtle 

Edwards Emanuel, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Edwards Evan J, coachman A K P Harmon, res 481 Twenty- 
fourth 

Edwards F, foreman S P Co, res 765 Willow 

Edwards F J, res 1224 Tenth 

Edwards Florence Miss, res 811 Brush 

Edwards Frederick J, oyster dealer, res 1224 Tenth 

Edwards George, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 237 
Hannah 

Edwards Geo C, asst prof mathematics State University and 
senior mathematics Hopkins Academy 

Edwards George H, gripman OCR Co, res 683 Sycamore 

Edwards George W, freight employe S P Co, res 1420 Tenth 

Edwards Gertrude Miss, res 811 Brush 

Edwards H Fred, horse trainer, res 522 E Fourteenth 

Edwards Henry, butcher Victor Gilardin, res 1226 Twelfth 
ave 

Edwards James, farmer, res 1226 Twelfth ave 

Edwards James L, night watchman, res 811 Brush 

Edwards John G, res 520 Tenth 

Edwards John H, nailer Pacific Nail Works, res 662 Sixth 

Edwards John J, engineer S P Co, res 1725 Seward 

Edwards Josephine Miss, res 1226 Twelfth ave 

Edwards Kittie Miss, res 1054 Twelfth 

Edwards Lenora Mrs, res 1713 Chase 

Edwards Marion Miss, res 1054 Twelfth 

Edwards Maroni, capitalist, res 927 Myrtle 

Edwards Mary Miss, res 662 Sixth 

Edwards Mary E Mrs, res 1169 Tenth ave 

Edwards May Miss, res 516 Fifth 

Edwards Perry Mrs, res 769 Jefferson 

Edwards Peter, laborer California Pottery and Terra Cotta 
Co, res Brooklyn Restaurant 

EDWARDS ROBT W, jeweler, 963 Broadwav, res 
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Edwards Walter J, engineer S P Co, res 1725 Seward 

Edwards William, blacksmith, res 1003 Fifth 

Edwards William S, caterer Berkeshire House. S F, res 683 

Sycamore 
Eells Charles P, lawyer, S F, res San Pablo ave nr Forty- 
seventh 
Eells C P Mrs, pres Callustro Co, res San Pablo ave nr 

Forty-seventh 
Egan Patrick, foreman S F Tool Co, res cor Twenty- fourth 

and Lee ave 
Egan Patrick J, clerk William Walsh, res 1320 Peralta 
Egbert Charles, customs officer S F, res 975 Cypress 
Egenbarger Bernhardt, employe Fisher's Bakery 
Eggart Anton, hostler, New York Bakery, res 908 Broad- 
way 
Eggers George, polisher, res 1221 Adeline 
Eggers George F P, stenographer, res 1221 Adeline 
Eggers Kate Miss, res 1221 Adeline 
Eggers Oscar, nurse Oakland Hospital 
Eggleston Fred E, carpenter, res 1122 E Seventeenth 
Egleston Charles, newspaper carrier, res s s Fortieth nr 

Grove 
Egleston George A, conductor OCR Co, res Fortieth bet 

Grove and Telegraph ave 
Egleston Lydia Mrs, widow, res s s Fortieth bet Grove and 

Telegraph ave 
Ehenery Mrs, res S14 Clay 
Ehrenberg Pauline Miss, rl27S Fifth ave 
Ehrenberg Theresa Mrs, res 127S Fifth ave 
Ehrenberg Tlnodore, bookkeeper S F, res 1278 Fifth ave 
Ehrenberg Walter, res 1278 Fifth ave 
Ehle Sarah J Mrs, res 718 Filbert 
Eibach Charles, fresco painter S F, r< - 976 Chester 
Eiben Fred <i (Eiben & Nor, res 943 Peralta 
EIBEN & NOR, (Fred (J Eiben and Andrew J Nor) 
ries, fruit, wines and Liquors, 1572-1574 Seventh 
Eibea Alexand< r O, carpenter, rea 930 Poplar 
I I ■ - Mrs, music teacher, rea 930 Poplar 

Eib( - Mat th Poplar 

Eibes Win A. collector Sunset Telephone Co, res 930 Poplar 
Eicbel Frederick F, Bhoemaker Emeryville, pea same 
Eichenbi rg( r E, photographic art gallery, 510 Seventh, rea 
sain*' 

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Eichli r I . music teacher, n - •j-ji 1 .' Andover 
Eichler Benry, tailor, r< - 2219 Andover 



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Eicke Augusta Miss, res 1262 Eighth 

Eicker Lizzie Miss, res 1262 Eighth 

Eien Christian C, carpenter Burnham-Standford Co, res 664 

Twenty-sixth 
Eiferle Christ, saloon, res Old County Road, nr Fruit Vale 

ave 
Eighmy M J Mrs, dressmaker, res 961 Eighth 
Eighmy Rosetta Miss, res 961 Eighth 
Eighth Avenue Methodist Episcodal Church, Rev H B Ha- 

cock pastor, cor Eighth ave and E Seventeenth 
Eisen Albert F, millwright S F, res 843 Franklin 
Eisen J H, moulder, Oakland Iron Works, res S F 
Eitel Charles H, tallyman Simpson & Co S F, res 820 Henry 
Eitell Georgina Mrs, res 1376 Seventernth 
Ekensteen August, clerk S F, res 1155 Campbell 
Eland Robert, laborer, res 317i Seventh 
Elbrecht L Miss, res 941 Filbert 
ELDER ALEX, bookkeeper Brigham, Hoppe & Co, S 

F, res 941 Adeline 
Elder Catherine A Mrs, res 458 Eleventh » 
Elder Etta S Miss, teacher Lincoln School res 1406 Alice 
Elder Frank D, pressman Oakland Enquirer, res 529 Eighth 
Elder Robert C, clerk, res 941 Adeline 
Elder Sarah C Mrs, res 941 Adeline 
Elder Win G, clerk Brigham, Hoppe & Co, S F, res 941 

Adeline 

EL DORADO LIVERY STABLE, J S 

Walker manager, 377 Eleventh, telephone 130 

Eldridge E S Mrs, res 304 Fourteenth 

Eldridge Sylvester A, insurance broker, S F, res 304 Four- 
teenth 

ELECTRO GERMICIDE CO, L L Woodman- 
see manager, 426 Fourteenth 

Elerath John R, contractor, res 966 Castro 

ELEVENTH STREET MARKET, Henry F 

Gieschen proprietor, beef, mutton, pork, veal and sau- 
sages, 466 Eleventh 

Elfen Odin, floorman Grand Central Stables, res NW cor 
Webster and Twelfth 

Elford Elizabeth Mrs, res 562 E Eleventh 

Elford Mary E Miss, res 562 E Eleventh 

Elford Wm R, sash maker Burnham-Standeford Co, res 
1911 San Pablo ave 

Elford W L, employe Burnham-Standeford Co, res 1911 
San Pablo ave 

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Elgin William G, tinner, S F, res 1259 Center 
Eliasen Martin E, cabinet maker, res 1607 Market 
Eliason A, res 752 Sixteenth 

Eliason H D, news dealer, 465 Fourteenth, res 752 Six- 
teenth 
Eliot Chas E, propr Henry House, 462 Ninth, res same 
Elite Social Club Dancing School, 1064 Washington 
Elkan Abraham, shoemaker, 374 Twelfth, res same 
Ellard Frederick S, engineer California Door Co, res 972 

Cypress 
Ellard Herbert W, salesman, S F, res 972 Cypress 
Ellard Walter H, engineer California Door Co, res 972 Cy- 
press 
Ellen Charles, employe S P Co, res 707 Chester 
Ellenberger Caspar, employe East Oakland Planing Mill, 

res S F 
Ellerhorst Etta Miss, teacher Hayes District School, res E 

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Ellery Frank A, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Commercial Union Hotel 
Elliott Annie Miss, teacher, res 861 Harrison 
Elliott Charles H, laborer A D Pryal, res Vernon ave 
Elliott C N Mrs, res 357 Eleventh 

ELLIOTT & COLVILLE (Frank L Elliott and 
Frank C Colville) proprietors Pacific Electrical Works, 
922 Broadway (see adv right hand margin line) 
Elliott Fontain, res 1407 Franklin 
Elliott Prank, night watchman Hall of Records, res 569 

Fifth 
Elliott Frank L (Elliott & Colville) res 357 Eleventh 
Elliott Frekerick, capitalist, res L375 Sixteenth ave 
Elliott George, tack maker, Judson Works, res 1226 Union 
Elliott Ida M. employe California Hosiery Co, res 508^ Fif- 
teenth 
Elliott James, teamster Taylor A: Co, res s _7 Brush 
Elliott Jennie M iss, rea 657 ( rrove 
Elliott John, tack maker .Judson \\'<>rks, res 2126 Union 
Elliott Kittie C Miss, res L591 Telegraph ave 
Elliott Mar\ Miss, dressmaker, res as Spring nr Adeline 
Elliott Matthew, janitor Emeryville Public School, res n s 

Spring ni- Adeline 
Elliott Maiy Mrs, widow, rea 1929 Union 
Elliott Robert, teamster Eagle Bos and Manufacturing Co, 
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Elliott Susie Miss, res 1591 Telegraph ave 

Elliott Wm L, conductor S P Co, res 1022 Peralta 

Ellis A A Mrs, res Beulah Park 

Ellis Carrie M Miss, teacher Swett School/res 1351 Fourth 

ave 
Ellis Charles, fruit raiser, res 666 E Thirty-fifth 
Ellis Charles H, armorer Cavalry Hall, res 1205 West 
Ellis Dennis, clerk, res 1326 Eleventh ave 
Ellis Felix D, insurance clerk, S F, res 1227 Ninth ave 
Ellis George, barber, 2961 Telegraph ave, res same 
Ellis Harry, employe August Kracke, res 471 Twenty-second 
Ellis Helen Mrs, widow, res 1069 Ninth ave 
Ellis Henry C, commission merchant, S F, res 1014 Myrtle 
Ellis John F, printer H S Crocker, S F, res 1069 Ninth 

ave 
Ellis John H, painter, res 1326 Eleventh ave 
Ellis Mary C, teacher Grant School, res 572 Tenth 
Ellis Richard, helper S P Co, res 803 Willow 
Ellis Robert, shipping clerk Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Lor in 
Ellis W G, mfr jeweler, 954 Broadway, res 1119 Filbert 
Ellstor Gus, butcher Henry Jund, res n s Forty-seventh nr 

Grove 
Ellsworth Annie Mrs, res 703 Adeline 
Ellsworth Henry P, harness maker, S F, res 703 Adeline 
ELLSWORTH JOHN, judge Superior Court, De- 
partment 3, res Alameda 
Ellsworth John T, tailor, res 1518 Curtis 
Ellsworth L Mrs, dressmaker, 1108^ Broadway, res same 
Elmer Henry, driver J R Mott, res 1367 Broadway 
Elming Frank, gardener R G Byxbee, res Fruit Gale ave 
Elmore George W, machinist, S F, res 691 Thirty-fourth 
Elmore George W Mrs, dressmaker, res 691 Thirty-fourth 
Elms John J, carpet layer, res 702 Twenty-sixth 
El Pinal Vineyard, W M Watson & Co agts, 474 Eleventh 
Elsey Charles, farmer, res 653 Eleventh 
Eltzholtz Carl F Rev, pastor Norwegian and Danish M E 

Church, res 1013 Willow 
Elvidge Annie A Miss, res 912 Poplar 
Elvidge Charles, draughtsman, S F, res 912 Poplar 
Elvidge Fred H, Western Manufacturing Co, S F, res 912 

Poplar 
Elvidge G Ford, bookkeeper, S F, res 912 Poplar 
Elvin Daniel, gardener, res 1310 Grove 
Elwood Mary E Mrs, res 1316 Eighth ave 
Elwood Matthew, laborer S P Co, res 520 Fifth 



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Ely Annie Mrs, widow, res 1218 Twenty-sixth 

Ely George J, dairy, res 1218 Twenty-sixth 

Ely George S B, engineer, res 812 Chester 

Ely Susan L Miss, res 1218 Twenty-sixth 

Elzv Even J, mining supt, res 260 Fifth 

Elzv Irena Mrs, res 260 Fifth 

Elzy Mabel Miss, res 260 Fifth 

El/.y Maud Miss, res 260 Fifth 

Eme C Ernest, engineer S P Co, res 1376 Eighth 

Fine (Maude, capitalist, res 1355 Eighth 

Emerson Blanche Mrs, teacher of French, Blake House, res 

same 
Emerson Frederick, machinist, res 1836i Seventh 
Emerson Irene Mrs, dressmaker H T Williams, res 473 

Seventh 
Emerson Julia S Miss, res 70 E Twelfth 
Kmerson Lendon C, electrician, S F, res 1336 Adeline 
Emerson \\ ni IT, laborer, res 504 E Fifteenth 
Emery Charles C, 'leaner S P Co, res 1021 Kirkham 
Emery District School, Forty-first bet San Pablo ave and 

Adeline, E L Knowlton principal 
Emery George F. traveling agt, S F, res 1021 Kirkham 
Emery J S, res San Pablo ave cor Park ave 
Emery John Rev, rector St Andrew's Episcopal Church, res 

1009 Adeline 
Emery Lillie B Mrs, widow, res 1300 Webster 
Emery Moses, capitalist, res The Brunswick 
EMERY TC, wood, coal, hay and grain. 1694 Seventh. 

rea 680 Thirty-fourth 
Emery Wallace R, foreman California Cotton Mills Co, r 

615 Twenty-third a\ 
Emery Walter A. student, rea L20] Kirkham 
Emery Wm, Laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Emeryville post-office, Judson C Coburn post master 
Emiglio L. Laborer Alameda Macadamizing Go's quarry, res 

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Emir Manuel, r< - 822 E Twelfth 
Emlay Fred E (0 Emlay & Sons) res B98 Twenty-fifth 
Bmlay Louie A | < I Emlay A Sons) res 678 Twenty-fourth 
Emlay Oliver (0 Emlay 6 Sons) res 690 Twenty-fifth 
Emlay ( > A Bona (Oliver, Louie A and F E Emlay) harm 

ddlerj and carrii ges, l l 60 Broadway 
Emminger L \l iss, r< - L104 Marl 
Emmona 1 1 < '. rea Nucleus I [ouse 
Emmona M J Mrs, propr Nucleus Souse, L270 San Pablo 

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Emond C, clerk, S F, res 125 Hannah 

Enirich Peter, butcher La Coste & Co, res Stock "Yard> 

Enas George H, master mariner, res 1306 Twelfth ave 

Ench Frank, res 1757 Tenth ave 

Encinal Flour Mills, Gould & Williamson proprs, 751-3 

Washington 
Encines L, employe Brooklyn Lumber Yard, res 1076 

Fourteenth ave 
Enders Solomon, farmer, end of High, Fruit Vale 
Enders Wm, student, end of High, Fruit Vale 
Enderud Louis, res 2012 Broadway 
Engelbreth Jeppe H (Robertson & Engelbreth) res NW cor 

E Eleventh and Thirteenth ave 
Engelund Joseph, car driver, res 1320 Kirkhani 
Engine Co No 1, F D, W B Scribner foreman, 517 Fit- 

teenth 
Engine Co No 2, F D, A Bailey foreman, 468-470 Sixth 
Engine Co No 3, O F D, James Galavan foreman, 1671 

Eighth 
Engine Co No 4, O F D, W C White foreman, E Fourteenth 

bet Twelfth and Thirteenth aves 
Engine Co No 6, O F D, John Rutherford foreman, cor Mil- 
ton and Market 
Englebright Henry, blacksmith S P Co, res 1671 Seward 
Englehardt Henry, carpenter, res 1830 Seventh 
Engling Gustave, tinsmith, S F, res 1263 Seventh ave 
English Edward, deputy pound keeper, res Adeline nr 

Twenty-sixth 
English Francis M, private tutor, res 1313 Seventh ave 
English Frederick, clerk, S F, res 1017 Jackson 
English J, cleaner S P Co, res 1672 E Third 
English James, lumber surveyor, S F, res 1672 Pacific 
English John C, teamster Central Lumber Yard, res 1672 

Pacific 
English John M, capitalist, res 1017 Jackson 
English John T, carpenter, res 1622 Myrtle 
English Warren B, stock broker, S F, res 126S Harrison 
English William D, harbor commissioner, S F, res 128 

Tenth 
Engs John S, mgr Park & Lacy Co, S F, res 1240 Adeline 
Engs Edwin W, student, res 1240 Adeline 
Engs Otis W, student High School, res 1240 Adeline 
Engvick Annie Miss, res 1079 E Fifteenth 
Engvick Knud, carpenter and builder, res 1079 E Fifteenth 
Engvick Mary Miss, res 1079 E Fifteenth 
Ennis Harriet Mrs, res 314 Sixth 



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Ennis K Mrs, res 46H Fourth 

Ennis Wm, stoker Engine No 3, O F D, res 1713 Eighth 

Enois Joseph, boots and shoes, 1511 Seventh, res 810 Lewis 

Enois Manuel J, barber John Thomas, res 810 Lewis 

Enos Antone, cabinet maker, S F, res 1685 Twelfth 

Enos Catherine Miss, res 759 Willow 

Enos Frank, laborer, res 666 E Sixteenth 

Enos Erank, laborer S P Co 

Enos Henry C, laborer S P Co, res 908 Pine 

Enos Joseph, buckler F C Havens, res Vernon Heights 

Enos Joseph, varnisher, res Forty-third bet Grove and West 

Enos Joseph, tallyman Taylor & Co, res 1251 Fifteenth ave 

Enos Joseph, laborer, res 416 Third (rear) 

Enos Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Enos Manuel, laborer, res 1251 fifteenth ave 

Enos Nancy Mrs, res 802 Wood 

Enos Thomas A, fireman S P Co, res 802 Wood 

Enos Tony, carpenter, res 920 E Sixteenth 

ENQUIRER PUBLISHING CO, Frank A 

Leach president and manager, 960 Broadway 
Enright John J, waiter F P Merrell, res cor Ninth and 

Franklin 
Enright Wm, cook F P Merrell res 463 Seventh 
Ensign Charles H, engineer O C R Co, res s s Columbus 

ave bel Telegraph ave and Maple 
ENTERPRISE MARKET, Ems! & Neumau 

proprietors, 854 Market and 855 West 
Enterprise Printing Office, W B Moody propr, 509 Eleventh 
Entzmann Arnold, res 1171 Seventh 
En wright John, new-paper man, res 403 Ninth 
Episcopal Mission Sunday School, 650 Broadway 
Epler Annie Mi--, res 1375 Broadway 
Epler Bae Miss, res L375 Broadway 
Epler James T. clerk Henry Boyer, res 1375 Broadway 
Epler .lane- M. atty-at-law, res L375 Broadway 
Epley John W. grocer Mil San Table ave, res 664 

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Epstein M. driver Oakland Bottle Yard, res S F 
Equity Building and Loan Association, .1 B McChesney 
l»n-, Q l; Willard sec, office 457 Ninth 

iw P I. l»ark«. pei-. res L3734 Broadway 
Erickson Amanda, domestic, L326 Linden 
Erickson Andrew, gardener, res 1923 Union 
Erickson A nna M M >3 Jefferson 

i'ckson August, carpenter, res 17 11 Myrtle 
Erickson B, dri uitra Costa Laundry, res same 

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Erickson Eric, tailor Niels Larsen, res cor Eleventh and 
Broadway 

Erickson Eric J, upholsterer, res 1826 Adeline 

Erickson Eric J Jr, clerk, res 1826 Adeline 

Erickson Fred A, pilot steamer San Joaquin, res 1012 
Twenty-fourth 

Erickson Hamlin, laborer, res 213 Haven 

Erickson Hutchin on, laborer, res 213 Haven 

Erickson Hilma, domestic, 1315 Grove 

Erickson J, car maker Burnham-Standeford Co, res 1712 
Chestnut 

Erickson John, cabinet maker, res 579 Twentieth 

Erickson Swan, carpenter, res 1122 Campbell 

Ernest Annie Mrs, res 1614 Telegraph ave 

Ernest James H, machinists F, res 1711 Lincoln 

ERNST & NEUMAN (Paul Ernst and P Neu- 
man), Enterprise Market, 854 Market and 855 West 

Ernst Paul (Ernst & Neuman), res Temescal 

Erskine Wilbur F, first officer steamer St Paul, res 1362 
Eleventh ave 

Erwin James W, inspector Post-office Department S F, res 
1169 Tenth ave 

Erwin W, painter S P Co, res West Oakland House 

Eschbacher Louise Miss, res 572 Tenth 

Eschbacher Louise M Miss, res 1330 Adeline 

Eschbacher M L Mrs, res 1330 Adeline 

Eschbacher William, res 572 Tenth 

Escorce Manuel, laborer Melrose Smelting Works, res Bay 
nr Melrose Station 

Esmond Frank, butcher, Golden Gate, res Lorin 

Espejo Tgnacia Mrs, res 1366 Brush 

Espejo John C, salesman W H Nolan & Co, res 1366 Brush 

Espejo Louis B, salesman S F, res 1366 Brush 

Espejo P P, clerk S F, res 1170 Fifth 

Esperanza John, laborer C C W Co, Lake Temas^al 

Estacia Antone, solicitor Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing 
Co, res 813 Wood 

Estey Charles, harness maker C O Evans, res 535 Seven- 
teenth 

Estey Fred, carpenter, res 828 Kirkham 

Estey John C, stone mason, res 535 Seventeenth 

Estey Minnie V Miss, bookkeeper Contra Costa Laundry, 
office Broadwav, res 535 Seventeenth 

Estill R K Mrs, res 176 Ninth 

Estudillo Luis, teamster, res Grove bet Forty-first and Forty- 
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Ettore Gacciarino, cook John Slavich, res 651 Myrtle 

Euler John, car driver Fourteenth-Street Railway Co, res 
1134 Kirkham 

EUREKA FLY STICKING PAPER CO, 

E G Low proprietor, 66 Valley 
EUREKA HOTEL, Ruedy & Voegelin proprietors, 

S\V coiner Seventh and Washington 
EUREKA PARK, San Pablo ave, Golden Gate 
Eurico Gallo, laborer P C R quarry, res same 
Euson James II, engineer S P Co, res 86S Willow 
Eustace Annie Mrs, res 1810 William 
Eustace Edward, cleaner S P Co, res 1810 William 
Eustace Frank L, cleaner S P Co, 1810 William 
Eustace John, machinist Oakland Iron Works, res 804 

Castro 

Eustace Richard, blacksmith, res 804 Castro 
Evangelical Lutheran Zion Church (German) IT Theiss pas- 
tor, XE cor Thirteenth and Clay 
Evans Augusta D Mrs, res 2207 Adeline 
Evans Caradoc A, blacksmith Chicago Safe and Lock Co, 

S F, res 212 Fourth 
Evans Charles, master mariner, res 420 Fifth 
Evans Charles I), dairyman, Prescott nr Redwood, Roa resd 

Bame 
Evan- Charles .1. clerk, res 2207 Adeline 
Evans Charles 0, bar keeper Rodgers Bros, res 1064 Elev- 
en! h ave 
Evans C 0, harness and carriages, agt for Studebaker's 
buggies, I'd 7 Broadway and 1318 Telegraph ave, res 
1369 Broadway 
Evan- Edward, employe S P Co, res 1716 Seward 

ing Eliza Miss, res 684 Twenty-fifth 
Evans Esther Miss, domestic I L Requa, res Piedmont 

v Eva Miss, res 1064 Eleventh ave 
Evans Harry, fireman City Brass Works, res L064 Eleventh 

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Eureka Hotel 
ins Herbert, dairyman, Prescott ur Redwood Road res 

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Evans John, cashier, res 1257 E Eleventh 

Evans John, employe S P Co, res 623 Park ave, E Oakland 

Evans Joseph F, atty-at-law, S F, res 2207 Adeline 

Evans Lavinia Miss, employe California Hosiery Co, res 

1064 Eleventh ave 
Evans Maggie Miss, waitress Franklin Hotel 
Evans Mary A Mrs, res 1534 West 
Evans M E Mrs, res 604 Seventeenth 
Evans M L Mrs, res 1064 Eleventh ave 
Evans R G, repairer S P Co 

Evans Robert P, salesman Richard Jones, res 955 Broadway 
Evans Solon, cabinet maker, res 458 E Seventeenth 
EVANS TALIESIN (Popular R R Guide Co) res 

212 Fourth 
Evans Thomas, marble polisher Western Granite and Mar- 
ble Co, res 1322 San Pablo ave 
Evans Thomas R, machinist, res Clark nr Melrose Station 
Evans Wallace D, printer, res 2207 Adeline 
Evans William, laborer, res Franklin Hotel 
Evans W R, bookkeeper Domestic Sewing Machine Co, S 

F, res 914 Brush 
Evants M M Mrs, propr Areata House, 1228 San Pablo ave, 

res same 
Evants W C, mgr Pneumatic Evaporator Co, 1228 San 

Pablo ave, res same 
Evatt Edward, salesman, S F, res 1374 Seventh 
EVENING ENQUIRER, published by Enquirer 

Publishing Co, 960 Broadway 
EVENING TRIBUNE, see Oakland Daily Evening 

Tribune 
Everest Hiram B, res 1389 Alice 

Everett E, member Board of Education, res 719 Eighth 
Everett Frank, traveling agt, S F, res 512 E Fifteenth 
Everett Geo L, clerk, S F, res 1101 Adeline 
Everett Sebastian L, publisher Wood and Iron, S F, res 

1101 Adeline 
Evers Antone, cabinet maker, res 613 Ninth 
Evers Clara C Miss, artificial flower maker, S F, res 769 

Lydia 
Evers Geo J, butcher, res 769 Lydia 
Evers H E L, funeral director Henry Evers, res 1418 San 

Pablo ave 
EVERS HENRY, undertaker and County Coroner, 

865 Washington, res 1418 San Pablo ave 
Evers John H, undertaker, res 1418 San Pablo av 



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Evers Mary Miss, hairdresser, S F, res 769 Lydia 

Everson Etta Miss, res 1269 Filbert 

Everson J C Mrs, propr Remillard Block, 14164 San Pablo 

ave, res same 
Everson John C, carpenter, res 1416^ San Pablo ave 
Everson Mamie Miss, res 1269 Filbert 
Everson Mark (W & M Everson) res 1102 Peralta 
Everson Wallace (W & M Everson) and pres Pacific Secu- 

ritv Association, S F, res 1269 Filbert 
EVERSON W & M (Wallace and Mark Everson) 

builders' hardware, agricultural implements, 927 Broad- 
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Everts Block, 1014 Broadwav 
EVERTS & CO (P and Charles P Everts) flour, hay, 

grain and feed, 423-425 Eleventh, feed mill wharf foot 

of Alice 
Everts Charles P (Everts & Co) res Galindo Hotel 
Everts Philetus (Everts & Co) res S F 
Evoy Lottie E Miss, res 1024 Chester 
Evoy Mary J Mrs, widow, res 1024 Chester 
Ewald J Edward, operator S P Co, res Alameda 
Ewell J, nailer Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, res 159 

Seventh 
Ewer W B, pres Malthine Manufacturing Co, res S F 
Ewer Win, pile driver, res 759£ Castro 
Ewert A H, jeweler, S F, res 1459 Eighth 
Ewing Claude V, salesman, res 758 Sixteenth 
Swing J Carroll, bookkeeper, res 758 Sixteenth 
Ewing Leila Miss, res 758 Sixteenth 
Ewing Samuel E, machinist Domestic Sewing Machine Co, 

res 355 Tenth 
Ewing Thomas, mining operator, res Vernon Heights 
EXAMINER (DAILY S F) branch office 907 

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Expositor (The), published monthly by Herman P Brown, 

editor and propr, 619 Nineteenth 
Ey Alfred, stripper H Glor, res cor Thirty-ninth and Tele- 
graph ave 

Emit, boots and shoes, 175G Telegraph ave, res 545 

Thirty-ninth 
Henry E, boots and shoes, 17.")*; Telegraph ave, res 

Thirty-ninth 
Eyoon WP, employe PMSS Co, res The Olive 
Eyrich engim 3 l\ res 1470 Fifth 

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Fabens Hurbert S, conductor S P Co, res 1470 Seventh 

Fabens Lena Miss, res 1470 Seventh 

Fabiola Hospital Association, Mrs T A Leighton matron, 

NE cor Broadway and Moss ave 
Fabrique B C, physician, res 511 Tenth 
Faessler Louisa Mrs, res 1827 Adeline 
Faessler Wm, watchmaker and jeweler, 468£ Seventh, res 

cor Twenty-second ave and E Twelfth 
Fagan Ann Mrs, res 1629 Lincoln 
Fagan Joseph, shoemaker, 1756 Seventh 
Fagan Lucy A Miss, res 1629 Lincoln 
Fagen Wm, carpenter, res 826 Wood 
Fagiol Alamedio, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Fahrenholz Dora Miss, tailoress, res 1723 Thirteenth 
Fahrenholz Henry E, res 1723 Thirteenth 
Fahrenholz John R, mariner, res 1723 Thirteenth 
Fairbank Ella S Mrs, widow, res 534 Fifteenth 
Fairbanks Irving J, student High School, res 770 Twenty- 
second 
Fairbanks Jonathan, painter, res 770 Twenty-second 
Fairbanks Rollo D, res 864 Washington 
Fairchild Bertha E Miss, res 1704 Seward 
Fairchild Chas A, miner, Calaveras Co, res 846 Seventeenth 
Fairchild E, res Beulah Park 
Fairchild E J, res 703 Castro 
Fairchild Helen Miss, res 565 Eleventh 
Fairchild James A, miner, res 846 Seventeenth 
Fairchild Judd H, salesman E Hook, res 565 Seventeenth 
Fairchild Lulu D Miss, res 1704 Seward 
Fairchild Mahlon D, traveling agt S P Co, res 1704 Seward 
Fairchild Mahlon D Jr, bookkeeper, S F, res 1704 Seward 
Fairchild May C Miss, res 1704 Seward 
Fairchild Stephen F, miner, res 846 Seventeenth 
Fairchild W G, grocer, 1350 Market, res 846 Seventeenth 
Fairchilds Howard L, cigar maker, res 663 Washington 
Fairmont House, Mrs L C Barrows propr, San Pablo ave 

bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
Fake Edward A, carpenter, res 1131 E Nineteenth 
Fake George, watchmaker R W Edwards, res ] 131 E Nine- 
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Fake Louisa Miss, res 1131 E Nineteenth 
Fake Nellie Miss, res 1131 E Nineteenth 
Fake William H, carpenter, ies 1131 E Nineteenth 




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i Falbe J C, baker, res 961 E Twelfth 
Falconer David, hostler, res 1929 Magnolia 
Falconer James, carpenter, res 2035 Chestnut 
1 Falk Pauline Mrs, res 516 Ninth 
! Falkenhan F W, machinist S P Co, res 918 Pine 
| Falkman Fred R, captain barge Freemont, res 1862 Seventh 
Fall Edmund E, physician and surgeon, 854i Broadwa} r , res 

Galindo Hotel 
Fall John, plasterer, res 661 E Seventeenth 
Fall Julia Mrs, res 661 E Seventeenth 
Fall Thomas, painter, res 661 E Seventeenth 
Fallon James, laborer T C Emery, res 1694 Seventh 
Fallon Lawrence, helper Oakland Carriage Co, res Randlett 

House 
Fallon Malachi, res SE cor Seventh and Oak 
Fallon Mary Mrs, res Forty-first bet Grove and West 
Fallon Peter, treer W T entworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 

Berkeley 
Falls John H, crockery and tinware, (1269 San Pablo ave, 

res same 
Falls S D, res 1167 Oak 

Fancheon , carpenter W T Veitch 

Fannon Alice F Miss, bookkeeper, S F, res 1417 Tenth 
Fannon John, foreman track dept S P Co, res 1026 Peralta 
Pan n on Lawrence, miner, res 1303 Eighth 
Fannon Luke, miner, res 1026 Peralta 
Fannon Patrick, laborer S P Co, res 1026 Peralta 
Pannon 1 *;« t rick D, employe S P Co, res 1695 Eighth 
Fanl Edwin M, painter, res 814 Filbert 
Fan1 Henry R; mill hand California Door Co, res 1067 Wil- 
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Fanl Richard H, mill hand California Door Co, res 1067 

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Kant Win F, employee Pacific Iron and Nail Works, rea 

M I Filberl 
Fantic Joseph, laundry man Contra Costa Fanndry 
Fanuccio T, Laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, 

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Faray S, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, res 

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Faretti Paul, rea 628 Filberl 
Faria A J, employee B P I Jo, res 81 1 Filbert 
Faria Joseph, Laborer S P I '<» 
Parish Catherine Miss, res L380 Ninth ave 
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Farish James R, commercial editor Rural Press, S F, res 
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Farish L W Mrs, res 1380 Ninth ave 

Farley Miss, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res 811 E 
Fourteenth 

Farley Almon J, solicitor Mutual Insurance Co, res 529 
Charter 

Farley Andrew J, solicitor Home Mutual Fire Insurance 
Co, res 574 Charter 

Farley Annie Miss, res 814 E Fifteenth 

Farley Catherine Mrs, res 1378 Fifth 

•Farley Charles M, engineer S P Co, res 950 Pine 

Farley Emile J, fireman S P Co, res 1680 Lincoln 

Farley James, res 1378 Fifth 

Farley James, plasterer, res 1763 Grove 

Farley Joseph, res 1378 Fifth 

Farley Margaret Mrs, res 1670 Pacific 

Farley Martin B, engineer S P Co, res 1680 Lincoln 

Farley Mary Miss, res 1378 Fifth 

Farley Nancy P Mrs, widow, res 1680 Lincoln 

Farley Patrick, teamster, res 811 E Fourteenth 

Farley Robert, stone cutter Amadore Marble Co, res 1763 
Grove 

Farley Thomas, contractor, res 1378 Fifth 

Farmer Edwin W, dentist Dr J M Dunn, res 1155 Broad- 
way 

Farmer George, conductor OCR Co, res 584 Charter 

Farmer George J, boat builder foot of Alice, res 815 Webster 

Farmer Martha Miss, res 224 Twelfth 

Farmer Robt F, grocer, 611 E Twelfth, res same 

FARMER R H, [manager Grand Saloon NE cor 
Twelfth and Webster, res Dietz Opera House 

Farmer Sadie Mrs, dressmaker, res 611 E Twelfth 

Farmer T Mrs, res 1303 Telegraph ave 

Farnam Charles W, bookkeeper Henry Wetherbee, res 1226 
Fruit Vale ave 

Farnham E C Mrs, res 724 Fourteenth 

Farnham Fred J, contractor and builder, res 674 E Thirty- 
third 

Farno Clara Mrs, res 477 Twenty-sixth 

Farno Clara B Miss, res 477 Twenty-sixth 

Farno Frank G, plumber Burtchaell & Crowley, res 477 
Twentv-sixth 

Farno James A, plumber, res 477 Twenty-sixth 

Farno William E, clerk Lamp Bros, res cor Redwood and 
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Farnum H R Mrs, res 1108 E Twenty-first 

Farquhar E Mrs, res 1577 Broadway 

Farquhar M A Mrs, res 1076 Fourteenth 

Farquhar Mamie Mi>s. res 1577 Broadway 

Farr Charles, res 953 Third 

Farr Charles, laborer, res 704 Brush 

Fan- Daisy E Miss, res 'J269 Telegraph ave 

Farr David, engineer S P Co, res 656 Adeline 

Farr Frederick H, clerk Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 

Park ave cor Watts 
Farr Helena Mrs, res 1430 Third 
FARR LINCOLN T, bookkeeper W M Watson & 

Co,res 2269 Telegraph ave 
Farr Mary Mrs, res 704 Brush 
Farr Wm J, res 953 Third 
FARRAR M P MRS, proprietor Central Block 

House, furnished rooms, 1068 Broadway, res same 
Fan. 11 A E Mrs, res 829 Filbert 
Farrell Anna Miss, domestic, res 1470 Eighth 
Farrell Briano,res 1269 Filbert 
Farm 1 James, res 1004 Wood 
Farrell James, laborer, res 1670 Sixteenth 
Farrell James, gardener Hilaire Remillard 
Farrell Johannah, res 6t>5 Twenty-sixth 
Farrell John Mrs, widow, res 17S1 G< 
Farrell John, Bhoemaker, 421 Seventh, res 1S17 Grove 
Farrell John J, boot maker J Farrell, res cor Twenty-seventh 

and ( rrove 

Farrell Joseph, laborer s P Co 

Farrell L Miss, res 569 Eighth 

Farrell Lucinda Mrs, res 528 Eighteenth 

Farrell Mamie, domestic, 1305 Twelfth ave 

Farrell Margarel Mrs, groceries, is 17 Grove, res same 

Farrell Mary 8 Mrs, widow, res l s l"> Myrtle 

Farrell M F Mrs, r< a 558 Fourth 

Farrell Michael, hostler I L Etequa, res Piedmont 

Farrell M J Mrs, widow, res 513 Ninth 

rell Michael, moulder, 8 F,res 975 Willow 
Farrell Michael, propr Syracuse Market, L753 Seventh, res 

730 Peralta 
Farrell Olivia Miss, domestic, res L061 Oak 

rell Olivia C Mi unstress, res L815 Myrtle 

Farrell Thomas I ' 58 Fourth 

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^ Farren Mary E Mrs, res 778 Tenth 
§ -£ Farrens Win, cook Spiars & Welti, res 409 Ninth 
Farrier Annie T Miss, res 1253 Sixth ave 
Farrier Emma L Miss, res 1253 Sixth ave 
Farrier Hiram L, salesman Tubbs & Co, S F, res 1253 Sixth 

ave 
Farrington Alice Miss, res Brunswick Hotel 
Farrington E D, clerk Custom House, S F, res 963 Harrison 
Farrington Frank S, expressman res 963 Harrison 
Farrington George W, res 669 Fifteenth 
Farrington Wra F, grainer, res 1014 Broadway 

Farris , paper hanger, 517 Ninth 

Farwell Bessie Miss, student, res 766 Nineteenth 

Farwell Fred M (Farwell & Russell) res cor Evoy ave and 

Adeline 
Farwell George W, clerk Farwell & Russell, res cor Evoy ave 

and Adeline 
Farwell James, student, res 766 Nineteenth 
Farwell J D Mrs, res 766 Nineteenth 
Farwell Melvin 0, painter Farwell & Russell, res Adeline 

opp Fortieth 
FARWELL & RUSSELL (Fred M Farwell and 

Edward K Russell) paints, oils and wall paper, 1012 

Broadway 
Farwell William, stone mason, res 766 Nineteenth 
Faschian Herman, cook, 973 Seventh 
Fashion Livery Stable, McCleverty & Noblett proprs, 864 

Broadway 

Faskett , laborer, res 1173 Thirty-sixth 

Fasshauer J C, res cor Prince and Caldis, Lorin 
Fately A B, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res Galindo Hotel 
Fatthauer Henry, engineer S F, res Felton, Lorine 
Faubel John, supt California Artificial Stone Co, S F, res 

1213 Franklin 
Faughtnan John M, 2045 Filbert 
Faulkner Carrie Miss, res 220 Seventh 
Faulkner George L, clerk, res 220 Seventh 
Paulkner Thomas F, Janitor Workman's Hall, res 1423 San 

Pablo ave 

FAURE LEON, proprietor Hermitage House, ter- 
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Faurholt Samuel C, hopperman Oregon Improvement Co, 
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Favor Nellie Mrs, res 410 Thirteenth 
Favre Mary Mrs. laundry 1264 San Pablo ave, res same 
FAWCETT BROTHERS (Charles A and Henry 
E Fawcett), house painters, decorators and paper hang- 
ers, paints, oils and glass* 966 Broadway 
Fawcett Chas A (Fawcett Bros) res 555 Caledonia ave 
Fawcett Florence Miss, res 727 Eighth 
Fawcett Henry E (Fawcett Bros) res 700 Sycamore 
Fay Abbie L Miss, res High opp Prescott 
Fay Alfred C, propr Falcott's Dairy, res High opp Prescott 
Fay Charles H, engineer S P Co, res 1666 Atlantic 
Fay Edmund, coachman J C Ains worth, res Vernon ave 
Fay Georgie 1 Miss, res High opp Prescott 
Fay Henry M. res High opp Prescott 
Fay James S, res Playter Block 
Fay John, cement sidewalk maker, res 3164- Third 
Fay Margaret Miss, clerk Bernstein &Von Adelung, res Ala- 
meda 
Fay Michael, coachmau J C Ainsworth, res Vernon ave 
Fay Roswell B, res High opp Prescott 
Fay William, cabinet maker. 576 Seventh, res same 
Fearey Lillian Mis>. printer Oaruth A: Caruth, res Fruit 

Vale 
Fearey Mary Mrs, widow, res s s Forty-third nr Adeline 
Fearey Robert D, plumber, res s s Spring nr Adeline 
FEAEN JOHN, physician ami surgeon and presi- 
dent Coal Consumers' Association, 975 Washington, 
office and residence 1 1 65 ( 'lay 
. rit John lv clerk John Fearn, res 1165 Clay 
Feddersen Justus II (Feddersen & Olsen), res L7«31 Seventh 
Feddersen & Olsen (J II Feddersen and Henry C Olsen) 

Magnolia Saloon, 1 73] Seventh 
!'• d< i Dussio, laborer P C R quarry, res same 
Federspiel Andrew (Conners & Federspiel) res N\V cor 

Twenty-first and Myrtle 
Fiderspiel Christina Miss, res L004 Twenty-first 
F< d< rspiel Sophus, clerk ('miner- A Federspiel, res NW cor 

by-firsl ami Myrtle 
Fe< Patrick, blacksmith Ben Kneale, res cor College ave 

and T\ ler 
Fee Thomas, clerk Neil Gallagher, res L 722 Telegraph ave 
Fe< uah Mrs, housekeeper Thomas Foley, res 620 

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Feeney Bridget Mrs, res 1122 Fifteenth ave 
Feeney Jennie Miss, res Thirteenth ave nr Lynn 
Feeney John, laborer, res 958 Thirty-fifth 
Feeney Joseph, shoemaker, 455 Fourth, res 8 F 
Feeney Lizzie Miss, res Twenty-fifth ave nr Twentieth 
Feeney Maggie Miss, res Thirteenth ave nr Lynn 
Feeney Margaret, cook C B Morgan, res 754 Fourteenth 
Feeney Margaret Miss, res 958 Thirty-fifth 
Feeney Mary Miss, res Twenty-fifth ave nr E Sixteenth 
Feeney Michael teamster, res Twenty-fifth ave nr E Six- 
teenth 
Feeney Mollie Miss, res Thirteenth ave nr Lynn 
Feeney Owen, res 967 Fifth 

Feeney Patrick, laborer, res 1106 Tw 7 enty-fourth 
Feeney P Mrs, res Thirteenth ave nr Lynn 
Feeney Thomas J, carpenter, res 1001 Twenty-second 
Feeney Thomas, cigar maker, res 1106 Twenty-fourth 
Feeney Thomas, teamster, res Twenty-fifth ave bet E Six- 
teenth and E Twentieth 
Feeney Thos F, cigar maker J P DeCamp, res 1106 Twenty- 
fourth 
Feeney W F, res Weber Hotel 
Feeney Wm, laborer, res 1106 Twenty-fourth 
Feilds Joseph B, farmer, res The Olive 
Feldmann Henry, printer Oakland Journal, res 807 Harri- 
son 
Felice B, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, res 

same 
Felix Crochet, florist, 2048 Broadway, res same 
Felley Philomen H, policeman, res 230 Twelfth 
Fellows Clara F Miss, teacher Prescott School, res The 

Arlington 
Fellows E C Mrs, res 940 Myrtle 
Fellows Nellie G Miss, res 940 Myrtle 
Fellows Park, grain dealer, 316 California, S F, res 1847 

Webster 
Fellows Samuel S, cashier Reddington & Co, S F, res 1414 

Filbert 
Felton Catherine C Miss, res 930 Adeline 
Felton Edward S, baggageman S P Co, res 1852 Division 
Felton John, driver F Thomas res, 1229 Webster 
Felton S J B Miss, res 930 Adeline 
Felvey Hattie Miss, res 625 Chestnut 
Feneran James J, grainer, res 833 Sixteenth 
Fennel Annie Miss, chair maker Industrial Home for the 
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Fennessy Gertrude Miss, res 664 Sixth 
Fennessy John, saloon, 849 Broadway, res 064 Sixth 
Fennessey John, cash hoy Taft & Pennoyer, res 664 Sixth 
Fennessey Josephine Miss, bookkeeper \\ T H Nolan £ Co, 

res 664 Sixth 
Fennessey Nora, res 1365 West 
Fennessev Thos, employe California Hosiery Co, res lot;.") 

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Fennessy Thomas, gardener James Canning, 954 Sixteenth 
Fennon Dominick M, plumber S H Steuart, res 66S Twenty- 
third 
Fennon Edward J, clerk Wells, Fargo <i~ Co, S F, res 668 

Twenty-third 
Fennon Mary Mrs, widow, res 668 Twenty-third 
Fennon Michael, plumber Oakland Windmill Co, res 668 

Twenty-third 
Feno Antonio, res 1365 Eighteenth 
Fenton Joseph R, carpenter S P Co 
Fenton Wm E, bookkeeper Harmon & Sears, res S F 
Ferati Paolo, laborer, res 626 Filbert 
Ferbeck George, waiter Mrs E DeBoice, res Overland 

House 
Fergus Thomas \V. carpenter, res 761 Campbell 
Ferguson Agnes Miss, res 606 Eighteenth 
Ferguson A: Barg (Frank M Ferguson and Henry Barg) 

groceries, fruit and vegetables, 478 Thirteenth 
Ferguson Capt, res 516 F Sixteenth 
Ferguson C A Mr-, rea 359 Fourth 

ji-on Daniel (Deraine & Ferguson) res 656 Clay 
Ferguson E A Mrs, dressmaker, rea 1066 Tenth 
F< rguson E P> Mrs, rea L448 Chestnut 

guson Ernest M. salesman E B Daniels, pea 610 Four- 
nth 
guson Fanny, rea 1 n "»7 Twelfth 
guson Florence F, widow, r< Fifth 

Ferguson Frank M (Ferguson & Bar L764 Atlantic 

guson I i II draughtsman, rea L 100 E Twenty-third 

guson John, painter and whitener, s o s Washington, rea 
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uson Joseph, miller Bay City Mills, rea 26 : >nd 
guson Libbie Miss, dressmaker, rea 606 Eighteenth 
F< rguson Marie M 38, rea 606 Eighteenth 
I guson Milton F, employe Ferguson & Barg, rea L764 At- 

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Ferguson S C Mrs, res 586 Tenth 

Ferguson W A N, res 1100 E Twenty-third 

Ferguson William, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 

620 Adeline 
Ferguson Jacqueminot, laborer, res n s Forty-second 3d 

house from Telegraph ave 
Ferle Carrie Mrs, res 724 Myrtle 
Ferle Carrie Miss, seamstress, res 724 Myrtle 
Fern Nils, fireman Contra Costa Laundry 
Fernald Wm H, watchman, S F, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shat- 

tuck ave 
Fernandes Francisco, employe California Jute Mills 
Fernandez Joseph F, teamster, res High st, Melrose 
Fernandez Lawrence, res s s Spring nr Adeline 
Fernandez Louis, employe California Jute Mills 
Fernandez Manuel, barber, res 2129 Adeline 
Fernandez Manuel, laborer, res 1574 Third 
Fernanz Maneol, barber A Oliver, res 803 Broadway 
Fernhof F J, carpenter and builder, S F, res 619 Nine- 
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Ferran J Miss, laundress Mrs C Coin, res 1370 Broadway ■ 
Ferreira Mary Mrs, res 517 E Fourteenth 
Ferrell James, car repairer S P Co, res 1004 Wood 
Ferrell Thomas, master mariner, res 728 Peralta 
Ferrera John, employe California Jute Mills 
Ferrera Manuel G, employe California Jute Mills 
Ferrera Rosa Mrs, res 652i E Fourteenth 
Ferrier Blanch Miss, teacher vocal music, res 523 Seven- 
teenth 
Ferrier David, res 523 Seventeenth 
Ferrier Minna Mme, teacher French and German High 

School, res 523 Seventeenth 
Ferrier Rose Miss, dancing teacher, res 523 Seventeenth 
Ferrier Wm, helper Gross & Reichert, res 523 Seventeenth 
Ferriera Joze Dutro, laborer, res E Twelfth bet Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-fifth 

Ferris , res Smith House 

Ferris Benjamin \V, clerk Will H Burrall,res Temescal 

Ferris David, gardener, res 874 Twenty-first 

Ferris David N, res 475 Ninth 

Ferris Gracie Miss, res w s Telegraph ave nr Forty-third 

Ferris J, tinner, res Nucleus House 

Ferris Jackson, tailor, res 874 Twentv-first 

Ferris John, gardener, res 874 Twenty-first 

Ferris Richard, paper carrier, res 630 Chestnut 

Ferris Samuel, paper hanger and decorator, res 517 Ninth 



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Ferris S M Miss, dressmaker, res 1367 Castro 

Ferris W L Mrs, res w s Telegraph ave nr Forty-third 

Ferro Joseph, steward steamer Oakland, res 764 Willow 

Ferry Ella A Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 1271 Jackson 

Ferslev Philip, laborer, res 1605 Myrtle 
-mien G L Mrs, res L079 Twelfth 

F( — mien Nannie Miss, res 1079 Twelfth 

Fetod Manuel, employe California Jute Mills 

Fetsch August, tailor, 1307 San Pablo ave, res La Clede 
1 [ouse 

Fetterhoff Hiram, surveyor City Engineer, res 531 Thirty- 
sixth 

Fetzer Ferdinand, artesian well borer, res 617 Ninth 

Feutch Thomas, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
Commercial Union Hotel 

Fey John, carrier Examiner, res 1729 Adeline 

Fibush Aaron (Fibush Bros) res 558 Sixteenth 

FIBUSH BROTHERS (Jacob and Aaron Fibush) 
manufacturers and importers of Havana and domestic 
ei Liars, smokers' articles, etc, 110.') Broadway 

Fibush .Jacob (Fibush Bros) res 55S Sixteenth 

Fick August, painter, S F, res 1761 Seventh 

Fick A Mrs, dry and fancy goods, 1761 Seventh, res same 

Fidelity Hall, NE cor Seventh and Peralta 

Fidelity Lodge No 57, United Order of Honor, meet- at 
Shattuck Hall, 463 Eighth 

Fieberling P (Schmidt & Fieberling) res 836 Madison 

I' ege John H (Fiege & Tominski) res 273 Sixth 

_<• Richard, furniture and bedding, 1710 Seventh, res 
L673 Taylor 

Fiege & Tominski, Long Wharf Restaurant 

Field A M Mrs, res 158 E Eleventh 

Field Caroline II Miss, res 760 Fourteenth 

Field Edward, clerk Great American Importing Tea Co, res 



863 Campbell 
Field Edward G, carpenter, res 863 Campbell 
Field John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Field John S, barber A Oliver. iv> so;; Broadway 
Field Julia B Mrs, widow, res 682 Sycamore 
I 'ield L A Miss, res 760 Fourteenth 
FIELD SEMINARY, Mrs R G Knox proprietor, 

Mr- W B Hyde principal, L825 Telegraph ave 
Field Wm A. machinist, pes 1 157 Myrtle 
Fields Duane W. salesman Oakland Frail and Produce Co, 

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FIELDS DE IEENA MRS, proprietor The 
Olive (formerly Wilson House) 1165^ Washington cor 
# Fourteenth 
Fields Frank W, gripman OCR Co, res 082 Sycamore 
Fields I, gluer Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, res 560 

Seventh 
Fields Joseph, sawyer Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, res 

San Leandro 
Fields May Miss, dressmaking and millinery, 1222 San | § h^ 

Pablo ave, res 560 Seventh 
Fields Minnie Miss, bookkeeper Tucker & Co, res 560 

Seventh 
Fields Richard A, barber, 2955 Telegraph ave, res same 
Fields R M, switchman S P Co, res Chester House ^ r^ 

Fierce Thomas, millwright Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 

1050 Third 
Fife Nelson, engineer, res 570 E Sixteenth 
FIFE W C, carriage hardware, 563-565 Twelfth, les 

579 Albion 
Fifield Wm H, atty-at-law, S F, res 352 E Fourteenth 
Fifth Infantry Regiment Band, SE cor Fourth and Broad- 
way 
Figerado John, laborer S P Co, res 968 E Twentieth 
Figone John, vegetable peddler, res cor Seventh and Filbert 
Figrod Manuel, employe California Jute Mills 
Figuerendo Joaquin, watchman, res 1533 San Pablo ave 
Fike Abraham, res 1131 Magnolia 
Fike Nathan, res 809 Peralta 

Filbelet Don, bootblack, cor Ninth and Broadway, res 1642 
Union 
.j£ Filbert Edward S, painter J W Lindsey & Co 
COu! Filborn John, gardener, res Shell Mound Station 
^ £l Filborn Philip, gardener, res Shell Mound Station 
r* 1 Filipe John, laborer, res 1069 E Nineteenth 
hJ gj! Fillet John B, gardener Alex Pallies, res 2409 Telegraph ave 
^[ tC Fillmore George W, conductor S P Co, res 965 Jackson 
■j jj Fillmore L, supt South Pacific Coast Railwav, S F, res 
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Finch Eva Mis-, dressmaker Mrs M J O'Neil 

Finch Isaac B, artificial stone maker, res 1076 E Fifteenth 

Finch Mabel E Miss, res 1076 E Fifteenth 

FINCH THOMAS E, saloon, cigars and tobacco. 

5 Broadwav, res same 
Finch Vivian <r Miss, res 1076 E Fifteenth 
Finch William H, inspector Contra Costa Water Co, res 

'■•"» Eleventh 
Finch William W. substitute letter carrier, res 503 Eleventh 
Finck J Matilda Mrs. groceries, Golden Gate, res same 
Finck William, clerk Mrs J M Finck, Golden Gate 
Findlay James, engineer Gas Works,res 1580 Telegraph ave 
Findlav Nellie, nurse, re- Weber Hotel 
Fine Andrew, physician, 277 E Twelfth, res same 
Fine Henry M. student, res 277 E Twelfth 
Fine Wm A. reporter Evening Enquirer, res 277 E Twelfth 
Finegan Eliza Mrs. widow, res N 27 Fourteenth 
Finegan John J, janitor A F Merriman & Son, res 1506 

Broadway 
Finegan Lucy Miss, res 827 Fourteenth 
Finegan Thomas B, marble cutter, res s 27 Fourteenth 
Finely Charles J, clerk J II Mallett, res 1458 Twelfth 
Fink A A 568 Eleventh 

Fink Charles, switchman S P Co, res 1720 Seward 
Fink Harry W, range expert Jeffr — . Mitchell a: Co, res 

Wallsworth ave nr Prosj 
Fink W E, carpent Tenth 

Finkeldey Fred, carpenter A Kendall, i 
Finkeldey Henry, butcher Wm Nel I Twenty-second 

Finkeldey Minnie Mrs, widow, res 303 S >nd 
Finkeldey Wm, laboi -her & Taylor,: 5 :id 

Finkli r Hem >r E Twenty-eighth and Central ave 

Finley D W, iaborer, res 1163 Third 
Finley Katie, dressmaker Mrs E W Johnson 
Mary Mrs, rea 1 7 ward 

hi John, driver Peopl . >r< — . pes American Ho 
Inn John J, I moulder, S F, res < {olden < rate 

Finnegan John E, city agl Traveler's Insurance S F, 

- 1214 Webst< 
Fiu laboi • Axlelin 

1 Jharlea E, blacksmith, S I', res 12 1 Helen 
Fin i VV Mrs, rea 616 Twelfth 

Finney Olr tman, Adeline 

Finne\ W II. carpenter, rea L156 Broadway 

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ni-au Bernard < Finn V L9 Nineteenth 

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Finnigan Bros (MichaelJ and Bernard) house painters, 719 

Nineteenth 
Finnigan Ignatius, student, res 719 Nineteenth 
Finnigan J W, clerk, res 713 Fifteenth 
Finnigan Michael J (Finnigan Bros) res 719 Nineteenth 
Finnigan W F, salesman Kast, res 317 Fifteenth 
Finucane John, tailor I N Sloanaker, res Forty-second bet 

Telegraph ave and Grove 
Fincane W M, clerk, res 363£ Twelfth 
Fire Association of Philadelphia, B B Laton agt, 468 Ninth 

FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE CO 

(Oakland Branch) R Frank Clark manager, 4S3 Ninth cor 
Washington 
Firemen's Insurance Co of Baltimore, James Gamble agt, 

469 Ninth 
Firemen's Insurance Co of Newark, James Gamble agt, 469 

Ninth 
Firms Manuel, res 805 Henry 

Firpo Gerome, gardener, res cor Thirty-seventh and Market 
First African Methodist Episcopal Church, Fifteenth bet 

West and Market, Rev D E Johnson pastor, res 813 

Fifteenth 
First Baptist Church, Rev C H Hobart pastor, SE cor Brush 

and Fourteenth 
First Congregational Church, J K McLean, D D, pastor, cor 

Clay and Twelfth 
First Free Will Baptist Church, Rev C F Penney, D D, pastor, 

cor Twenty-first and Brush 
First Hebrew Congregation, Rev M S Levy, D D, rabbi, SE 

cor Clay and Thirteenth 
First Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev E R Dille, D D, pas- 
tor, SE cor Clav and Fourteenth 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OAK- 
LAND, V D Moody president, A D Thomson cash- 
ier, NE cor Tenth and Broadway 

First Presbyterian Church, Rev Francis A Horton, D I), 
pastor, NW cor Fourteenth and Franklin 

First Swedish Baptist Church, Rev C M Nelson pastor, SE 
cor Magnolia and Tenth 

First Universalist Church, Rev S Goodenough pastor, West 
bet Eleventh and Twelfth 

Firth William B, crrpenter, res Golden Gate 

Fischbacher Chris, dairyman, cor Liese ave and E Four- 
teenth 

Fischer A W, furniture, 1201^ Seventh, res 870 Adeline 



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Fischer Ferdinand, bookkeeper Richard Rademann, res 

1020 Third 
Fischer Frank L (F L Fischer & Co, S F) res 870 Adeline 
Fischer Frank X, boiler maker, res 833 Myrtle 
Fischer Julius, bakery, 866 Washington, res 814 Grove 
Fish Arthur L, agt Worthington pumps, S F, res 1012 Four- 
teenth 
Fish George L (Phelan & Fish) res 306 Thirteenth 
Fish Harriet A Mrs, res 1012 Fourteenth 
Fish J E Miss, res 461 E Fourteenth 
Fish J H Mrs, 918 Grove 

Fish M W, physician, 461 E Fourteenth, res same 
Fish Thaddeus D, salesman Phelan & Fish, res 306 Thir- 
teenth 
Fish Theo J, mgr Alameda County Branch California In- 
surance Co, 471 Ninth, res 722 Seventeenth 
Fish T J (McKenzie & Co) res cor Fourteenth and Brush 
Fish Wm II, printer Pacific Press, res 378 Tenth 

Fisher , employe S P Co, res 1836i Seventh 

Fisher AC Mrs, deputy supt of schools Alameda County, office 

Court House, Saturdays and Mondays, res Niles 
Fisher Alfred A (Fisher & Taylor) res Brooklyn, N Y 
Fisher Beriah P, res 716 Twenty-ninth 
Fisher Charles H, mill hand California Door Co, res 804 

Clay 
Fisher Charles M, asst supt of schools, res Blake House 
Fisher E Mrs, widow, res 1017 Thirtieth 
Fisher Edgar S, contractor, res 1405 Brush 
Fisher Elizabeth Mrs, res 255 Second 
Fisher Ethel T Miss, res 904 Filbert 

Fisher Evelyn X Mrs, music teacher, res 821 Thirty-third 
Fisher Frank, plumber twenty-third ave, res same 
Fisher Frank II, dentist, res 315 Fourteenth 
Fisher Galen M. res ( .»<>1 Filbert 
FISHER GEO W, manager Pugel Sound Lumber 

Co, cor Firsl and Washington, res 315 Fourteenth 
Fisher I kace D, res 926 Myrtle 
Fisher Grace M Miss, student, res 904 Filbert 
Fisher Grace W Miss, music teacher, rea 582 E Twelfth 
Fisher Gus A. upholsterer San Pablo nr Fourteenth, res 

1 7 - _!^ Seward 
Fisher Harvey EI, apprentice Oakland Iron Work-, rea 615 

Fifth 
Fisher II II. tinner, res 618 Fifth 

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Fisher Ida L M, res 510 Ninth 

Fisher John L, tailor, res 615 Fifth 

Fisher John W, painter, res 1922 West 

Fisher Joseph, wood and coal 1401 Broadway, res 559 

Simpson ave 
Fisher K B Mrs, second vice-principal High School, res 

926 Myrtle 
Fisher Lillian A Miss, res 821 Thirty-third 
Fisher Lottie Mrs, res w s Telegraph ave nr Forty-third 
Fisher Lou Miss, employe California Hosiery Co, res w s 

Telegraph ave nr Forty-third 
Fisher Lucy B, res 926 Myrtle 

Fisher Luther P, advertising agt, S F, res 926 Myrtle 
Fisher M Mrs, res 1017 Thirtieth 
Fisher Michael, res cor Twenty-ninth and West 
Fisher Miles B, student, res 904 Filbert 

FISHER PHILIP M, county superintendent of 
schools, office Court House, Saturdays and Mondays, res 
Niles 
Fisher R R, carpenter, res Blake House 
Fisher RT, employee S P Co, res 1467 Fifth 
FISHER & TAYLOR (A A Fisher and J P Tay- 
lor) wholesale coal and wood, 455 Ninth, yard cor First 
and Franklin 
Fisher Wm A, clerk, res 926 Myrtle 

FISK LEANDEE, real estate and insurance, sta- 
tionery, notions &c, 1156^ Seventh, res cor Third and 
Adeline 
Fisk L G Mrs, res 1170 Sixteeeth 
Fisk Wm, carpenter S P Co, res 1860 William 
Fitch Charles, painter, res 1523 Market 
Fitch George W T , clerk, S F, res 561 E Eleventh (rear) 
Fitch Henry S, bookkeeper, S F, res 919 Center 
Fitch J, res" 803 Castro 

Fitch Jennie L Mrs, nurse, res 915 Seventh 
Fitch Julia Mrs, res 796 Harrison 
Fitch L J, res res 803 Castro 

Fitch Olive Miss, stenographer, S F, res 796 Harrison 
FITCH OSCAR, superintendent and manager Whit- 
ney Standard and Oakland Transfer Co, res 530 Hobart 
Fitch Samuel S, shoemaker, res 561 E Eleventh (rear) 
Fitch Thomas, painter Doody & Hooley 
Fitch Walter S, carriage painter Fredericks & Arth, res 796 

Harrison 
Fitch Wm, foremim Columbia Ranch, Fresno County, res 
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Fittbogen Dora Miss, res 611 Seventeenth 

Fittbogen P, cigars and tobacco, 1022 Broadway, res 611 

Seventeenth 
Fitz Edward, bartender J Flannery, res Prescott House 
Fitzell Peter, laborer, res 757 Jefierson 
Fitzgerald Annie Miss, student, res 319 E Twentieth 
FITZGERALD & COLVIN (E L Fitzgerald and 

R S Colvin) advertising agents, 921 Broadway 



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Fitzgerald Edward J, salesman J S Gilmore & Co, res 812 

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Fitzgerald Edward L (Fitzgerald & Colvin) res 313 Four- 
teenth 
Fitzgerald George, plumber, res 1250 Center 
Fitzgerald James H, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res 408 

Thirteenth 
Fitzgerald Jennie Mrs, res 1719 Chestnut 
Fitzgerald Johanna Mrs, res 77<» Willow 
Fitzgerald John, fireman S P Co, ras 1773 Goss 
Fitzgerald Kate Miss, res 1515 Eighth 
Fitzgerald Kate Mrs, widow, res 313 Fourteenth 
Fitzgerrld M, res 970 Broadway 
Fitzgerald Maggie Miss, res 812 Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald Margaret Miss, res 313 Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald Mary Miss, res Watts nr Forty-fifth, Emeryville 
Fitzgerald Mary Mrs, washing and ironing, its 759 Fourth 
Fitzgerald Maurice, employe U S Mint, S F, res 1465 Fifth 
Fitzgerald Maurice, employe Contra Costa Water Co, rea 

728^ Chester 
Fitzgerald Maurice, laborer S P Co, res L250 Center 
Fitzgerald Maurice, employe S PCo, S F, res 810 Fifteenth 
Fitzgerald May E Miss, rea 313 Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald Michael, railroad contractor, rea 1515 Eighth 
Fitzgerald Michael, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Emeryville 
Fitzge rald Richard, railroad contractor, rea L515 Eighth 
FITZGERALD ROBERT M, attorney-at-law 

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; 1 3 Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald William, foreman A I tates, n a SW cor Thirteenth 

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Fitzmaurice John, gardener, rea 71.*» Fifteenth 
Fitzpatrick Edward C, employe U 8 Mini. S F, rea SW cor 

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Fitzpatrick Lily Miss; res 1359 Eighteenth 

Fitzpatrick Peter C, plasterer, res 1359 Eighteenth j j 

Fitzpatrick Timothy E, plasterer Peter Fitzgerald, res 1359 L \ 

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Fitzpatrick Thomas, road master S P Co, res 1817 Filbert I I 
Fitzpatrick Wm, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res ^^x 

Commercial Union Hotel 
Fitzsimmons Henry, saloon, 368 Twelfth, res Brayton Block 
Fitzsimmons John, painter, res 366 Ninth 
Fitzsimmons P, saloon, 368 Twelfth 

Flahavan W H, asst yard master S P Co, res 1670 William 
Flaherty John, laborer, res 1471 Fourteenth 
Flaherty Thomas, house painter, 1404 Eighteenth, res same 
Flanagan Edward, printer, res 1427 Twelfth t"""~* 

Flanagan Edward J, student, res 1427 Twelfth r j~\ 

Flanagan Edward J, clerk B McDermott, res cor Mather | ( 

and Montgomery j I \ 

Flanagan James, res 719 Sixth 
Flanagan J D, stenographer, res 1009 Seventh 
Flandin Joseph, porter Home Mutual Fire Insurance Co, 

res Second nr Broadwaj T 
Flannery Joseph, propr Arcade Saloon, 879 Washington, 

and foreman Hose Co No 1, res 569 Seventh ZL 

Flannery Mary L Miss, dressmaker, res 961 Kirkham 
Flannigan Chris F, plumber, res 819 Lydia 
Flannigan Mollie Miss, employe Contra Costa Laundry, res 

1407 Sixteenth 

Fleck Adolph, clerk Meyers & Williams 25 

Fleck Gustav, barber, res 2315 Grove vI^L. 

Fleenor Rev Wm T, pastor Harrison-Street Baptist Church. h 

res 711 Twentieth h jjj 

Fleetwood Jeremiah J, farmer, res Fruit Vale Heights S- 

Fieischhauer W C, propr barber shop 1808 Seventh, res ! ° X 

1623 Taylor £h" 

Fleissner Otto, teacher vocal music and piano, Hopkins & >d 

Academy ^ §5 

Fleming A J Mrs, res 304 Ninth g h^ 

Fleming David A, clerk, res 508-J- Fifteenth ^"©3 

Fleming David J, engineer S F, res 811 Center Sc§^ 

Fleming D M, salesman Abrahamson Bros, res St Elmo o2m 

House 
Fleming Frederick S, student, res High 
Fleming George, machinist, res High 
Fleming Isaac D, clergyman, res 1066 E Twenty-fourth 
Fleming J, res 1467 San Pablo ave 
Fleming John J, res 556 E Twelfth 



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Fleming John R, blind maker California Door Co, res 300 
Ninth 

Fleming N T Mrs, dressmaker, 811 Center, res same 

Fleming Wm, foreman Alameda Macadamizing Co, res 483 
Twenty-sixth 

Fleming William B, painter, res 164 Sixth 

Flemming Louis E, asst supt fire alarm and police tele- 
graph, res 1309 Jefferson 

Flemming Robert F, mgr Sunset Telephone-Telegraph 
510 Twelfth, and extraman H and L No 1, F D, 
res 527 Twenty-second 

Flemming Sadie C Mrs, res 1778 Division 

Flescher Alfred H, printer, res 1023 Taylor 

Flescher Nellie Miss, music teacher, res 1023 Taylor 

Flescher William C, barber, cor Seventh and Pine, res 1623 
Taylor 

Fletcher Albert E, res 1361 Eleventh ave 

Fletcher Alden, res 1425 Adeline 

Fletcher Chas II. traveling salesman, S F, res 766 Seven- 
teenth 

Fletcher Frank A, special examiner Pension Dept, S F, res 
L425 Adeline 

Fletcher ( I W, res 13] 1 San Pablo ave 

Fletcher Hugh, grocer, L849 San Pablo ave, res 1000 
Twenty-eighth 

Fletcher Le Roy D, supt Sailors' Home, S F, res 1361 
Eleventh ave 

Fletcher Lucy II Miss, stenographer, S F, res 1425 Adeline 

Fletcher M S, stationary engineer S P Co, res 727 Lewis 

cher Mary E Miss, res 1425 Adeline 
Fletcher M E Miss, pianiste, res 852 Jefferson 
Fletcher Susan Mrs, res is 1 Twenty-second 
Fletcher Thomas H, grainer, res 8.">2 Jefferson 
Fletcher Willard F, captain of police, res L303 Telegraph 

a' 

Fletcher Willard V Jr, salesman Huntington, Hopkins 

L303 Telegraph ave 
Fletcher Willie L, salesman Kennedy, Quinlan & Co, res 

JO E hteenth 
Fletcher Wm O, teamster F M Derby & Co, res 513 El 

Twelfth 
Fleti David S, laborer, pes SW oor Lusk ave and Forty- 

cond 
Flick ( ■ and builder, res 1 16 El Sixteenth 

Flieler Richard F, barber, S F. res L60J Thirteenth ave 




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£ « Flierl J Frederick, tailor, S F, res 970 Cypress 
a pj Flint Caroline L Mrs, widow, res 574 Sycamore 
2 ^ Flint E T, employe California Hosiery Co, res 1269 Castro 

& ♦ Flint Edward P, res 521 Thirteenth 

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£ f*i Flint George, student Hopkins' Academy 

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Flint Jane H Mrs, res 1070 Sixteenth 

Flint Levi, shoemaker 1754 Seventh, res 1718 Eighth 

Flint Mabel L Miss, res Glen Echo, Piedmont ave 

Flint Samuel F (Flint & Zimmerman), and asst supt rail- 
way mail service, res 1718 Eighth 

Flint & Zimmerman (Sam'l F Flint and Frank S Zimmer- 
man) wood, coal, coke and charcoal, 413 Eleventh 

Flogel Rudolf, vest maker M J KELLER, res 476 
Twelfth 

Flood Charles S, general jobbing, res 674 E Fifteenth 

Flood Edward, hostler A Gates, res SW cor Thirteenth and 
Franklin 

Flood Edward, farmer, res Hayes' Canon 

Flood George F, blacksmith, res 666i E Fifteenth 

Flood Isaac, kalsomining, res 666i E Fifteenth 

Flood Isabella B Mrs, res 1202 West 

Flood Robert, stone cutter, res 1202 West 

Flood Thomas, laborer, res 714 Linden 

Flora Aaron M, printer Fonda & Co, res 1651 Myrtle 

Flora Albert, employe Nail Works, res 924 Twenty-fourth 

Flora Elisha H, house mover, res 1651 Myrtle 

Flora L A Mrs, res 1651 Myrtle 

Flora Melchager R, res 1624 Myrtle 

Flora Melchager R Jr, hou^e mover, res 1624 Myrtle 

Florence Joseph, laborer, res 241 Hollis 

Florence Julia, domestic, res 915 Filbert 

Florian Nicholas, cook Geo W Walker, res SW cor Brush j ^ 2 
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Flossman Bonifaz, florist 257 Twelfth, res 318 Thirteenth *d 

Flossman Emmett, carpenter Robt Walker, res 318 Thir- 
teenth 

Floto M Mrs, res 528 Knox Place 

Floud John R, engineer P M S S Co, res 1420 Filbert 

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Flood Susie L Miss, res 1420 Filbert 

Flower Frank oiler S P Co, res 822 Union 

Floyd Albert, coachman Win B Lake, res 1020 Adeline 

Flynn Alice Miss, res 7 70 Wood 

Flynn Andrew, salesman Greenhood & Mo ran, res 1761 

Ntyrtle 
Flynn Annie Miss, res 857 Peralta 
Flynn Charles C, ship carpenter, res N ^-"> Bay 
Flynn Charles M, student, res 885 Bay 
Flynn Ed mo ud, res 857 Peralta 
Flynn Hannah Miss, res 857 Peralta 
Flynn Hugh, blacksmith S P Co, res 1826 William 
Flynn James, upholsterer McGovern & C ah ill, res 824 Lydia 
Flynn James F, laborer S P Co, res 885 Bay 
Flvnn J H, salesman JAS A JOYCE, res 226 Ninth 
Flynn John S, painter, res 1363 Eighteenth 
Flynn Lucy Mrs, widow, res 1407 Eleventh 
Flynn Lucy Miss, clerk Bruning Brothers, res 1407 Elev- 
enth 
Flynn Maggie Miss, dressmaker Mrs Wallace, res 824 Lydia 
Flynn Maggie Miss, domestic, 1112 Nineteenth 
Flynn Mamie E Miss, res 1407 Eleventh 
Flynn Margaret Miss, cane chair maker Industrial Home 

For the Adult Blind, res same 
Flynn Mary Miss, res 1363 Eighteenth 

n Maurice J. painter Elbert Olney, res L363 Eighteenth 
Flynn May J Miss, saleslady Kennedy, Quintan & Co, res 

324 Lydia 
Flynn Michael, laborer S P Co, res 1837 Seventh 
Flynn Myria Miss, res 857 Peralta 

tin Patrick, clerk JAS A JOYCE, res 226 Ninth 
Flynn Patrick, wood and coal 1459-1461 Seventh, res same 
Flynn Patrick, laborer, res Charter Oak Bote] 
Flynn Patrick .J, machinisl S 1* Co, res 1863 William 
Flynn Rosa M rs, pea 7n ( .> Adeline 
Flynn Timothy, carpenter, res L363 Eighteenth 
Flynn Timothy J, plasterer, res L363 Eighteenth 
Flynn William, laborer S P Co, res 718 Center 
I 'occaci A . res 657 Myrtle 

1 1. 0111-. carpenter Burnham-Standeford Co, res 653 

Myrtle 
Focha M y I l 'ocha & Ro L62 Second 

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£ «5 Fogarty John, student, res 1312 Market 

W U Fogarty Martin, watchman S P Co, res 1312 Mar 

i e Fogarty Sherman S, clerk James Fogarty, res Pruit Vale ave 

£ cs ! Fogarty Wm G, clerk James Fogarty, res Fruit Vale ave 

Eg ^ ; Fogelgren Chas, carpenter, res 1569 Fifth 

g *? Fogg Diantha L Mrs, widow, res 1336 Myrtle 

b O ^°Sg Ellen Mrs, widow, res 1636 Myrtle 

+3 Fogg George E, civil engineer, res 1471 Broadway 

fig ^ Fogg Geo H, real estate, 1463 Broadway, res 1638 Telegraph 

1 5? ave 

|j © Fogg Geo J, carpenter S P Co, res 1005 Franklin 
O ! i Fogg James L, life insurance agt, S F, res 770 Thirteenth 
J Jlfl! Fogg Joseph F, carpenter, res 813 Market 
H c Fogg W W, student University of California, res 770 Thir- 
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Foley James J, res 1023 Peralta 
Foley John, gardener, res 1839 San Pablo ave 
Foley John, teamster Renton Coal Co, res 666 Twenty-sev- 
enth 
Foley John G, salesman M Lihderbauin, res 1019 Willow 
Foley Katie Miss, clerk Salinger's, res 567 Eighth 
Foley Kate Miss, 1864 West 
Foley Michael, laborer, res 1171 Third 
Foley Patrick, coachman, res 1405 Webster 
Foley Bailie Mrs, res 620 Chestnut 
Foley Thomas, laborer S P Co, res 620 Chestnut 
Folger Allvn S, bookkeeper Fulton Iron Works, S F, res 

1368 Eighth 
Folger James A (J A Folger & Co) res 1308 Jackson 
Folkers C T, clerk, S F, res 915 Myrtle 
Folkers Geo A, clerk, S F, res 915 Myrtle 
Folkers J H A ( J H A Folkers & Bro, S F) res 91o Myrtle 
Folkers Mamie Miss, res 915 Myrtle 
Folkers Rudolph, clerk S F, res' 915 Myrtle 
Follrath Adam, blacksmith, res 670 E Sixteenth 
Follrath George, emplove Brooklyn Lumber Yard, res 673 

E Twelfth 
Follrath James H, fireman S P Co, res 1824 William 
Follrath W A, horse shoer Antony Marks, res 705 E Four- 
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Folsom George W, real estate, S F, res 1069 Grove 



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Folsom M E Miss, res 564 Fifteenth 

Folte Gustav, paving teller German Bank, S F, res 619 
Ninth 

Foltin Joseph, insurance agt, res 566 Twenty-second 

FOLTZ MATTHEW, manager East's, res Ala- 
meda 

Fonda & Co (P W Fonda) genl book and job printers, 379 
Tenth 

Fonda George H, machinist California Door Co, res 1721 
Thirteenth 

Fonda Jesse C, foreman Fonda & Co, res 1772 Goss 

Fonda P W (Fonda & Co) res 1772 Goss 

Tondere Jean, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Fones J H, carpenter, res 586 Tenth 

Font Frank, laborer, res 1557 Third 

Ton tain e Walter L, asst supt of streets, res Grove nr Twenty- 
sixth 

Fonte Annie Miss, res 1114 Sixteenth ave 

Fonte Antony, genl mdse and groceries, 800 and 802 E 
Twelfth, res 1114 Sixteenth ave 

Fonte G, employe G F Crisl & Sons, 1029 E Twenty-second 

Fonte J A, compositor Morning Times, res 300 Third 

Fonte Joseph, laborer, res 1025 E Twenty-second 

Fonte Joseph Et, laborer, res cor Hepburn and Adeline 

Fonte Joseph T. clerk, res 1111 Sixteenth ave 

Fonte Rosa Miss, res L025 E Twenty-second 

Fontes A S, hoots and shoes 371 B, res -nine 

Foor A M Mrs, dressmaker, 1453 Broadway, res same 
a Charles B, clerk, W F & Co, S F, res cor E Nineteenth 
and Twentieth ave 
B< ssie M iss, i es i 054 Kirkham 
I> \V :keeper Log Cabin Bakery, res Lillard 

I [ouse 
D W Miss, propr Lillard Bouse, 504 Thirteenth, tea 

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be Kat( A M rs, res Lillard I [ouse 

aborer S P I 
»te William W, atty-at-law, res L154 Brush 
tman Henry E, Clerk U s Customs, S F, res 518 E 
Twelfth 

— t jeweler, - Te mescal ur Telegraph ave 

Foi desman Bruning Bros, res Henry bet Sev- 

ruth and Eighth 
Forb< Johi I itionery and fancy goods, L102 Market 
Fori i John T, can Twelfth, ime 

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Forbes P F, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Com- 
mercial Union Hotel 
Forbes Robert, gardener Mountain View Cemetery, res same 
Forcade L Miss, mgr F Thomas Dyeing and Cleaning 

Works 1008 Broadway, res S F 
Force Edward E, res Forty-seventh nr Salem 
Force Sidney B, bookkeeper Home Mutual Fire Insurance 

Co, Alameda County Branch, res Galindo Hotel 
Ford Annie M Miss, housekeeper Hotel Merritt, res same 
Ford Alvin, capitalist, res 225 Twenty-third ave 
Ford Archibald, gas regulator, S F, res Sutter cor Park, 

Golden Gate 
Ford Carrie M Miss, candy and ice cream, res Sherman, 

opp Julia, Fruit Vale 
Ford Charles C (D R Ford & Co) res 1012 Jefferson 
Ford Chas D, lumber merchant, S F, res 923 Fifth ave 
Ford Cornelius J, engineer S P Co, res 972 Center 
Ford Daniel R (D R Ford & Co) res 1012 Jefferson 
Ford D R & Co (D R and C C Ford) groceries, fruit and 

produce, 1233 Broadway 
Ford Ella J Miss, res 923 Fifth ave 
Ford Fayette A, carpenter, res 1156 Webster 
Ford George, dairy' 913 Twenty-eighth, res same 
Ford Geo Jr, res 913 Twenty-eighth 
Ford George E, clerk, S F, res Golden Gate 
Ford James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Ford Jaines, engineer S P Co, res 913 Pine 
Ford Jeremiah T, machinist California Foundry, S F, res 

Sherman opp Julia 
Ford John, helper Gross & Reichert, res 913 Twenty-eighth 
Ford Joseph E, carpenter Burnham-Standeford Co, res 1006 

Webster 
Ford Julia G Miss, res Beulah Park 
Ford Kate M Mrs, res 765 Grove 
Ford Lillie Miss, res Golden Gate 
Ford Lillie B Miss, res' Sherman opp Julia 
Ford Louise Miss, milliner, res 913 Twenty-eighth 
Ford Martin, foreman S P Co, res 1059 Thirteenth ave 
Ford May Miss, res 913 Twenty-eighth 
Ford M W, broommaker Industrial Home for the Adult 

Blind, res same 
Ford Nettie, compositor Pacific Press, res 533 Sixteenth 
Ford Sarah Miss, res 765 Grove 

Ford S M Mrs, variety ctore, 277 E Twelfth, res same 
Ford Thomas, shoemaker, S F, res 740 Chester 
Ford Thomas J, railway postal clerk, res 1374 Eleventh 



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Ford Wm H, property clerk Pullman Palace Car Co,res 1020 

Seventh ave 
Fording Howard W, civil engineer, res 1112 Wood 
Fording Ida M, res 1112 Wood 
Fording Isaac M, master mechanic, res 1112 Wood 
Fording Mary E Mrs, res 1112 Wood 
Fore Charles' W (Spruance, Stanley & Co,) S F, res 1414 

Franklin 
Foreman Howard, employe S P Co, res 1462 Ninth 
Foreman W H, clerk S P Co,res 177:5 Eighth 
Forestell Mary, domestic, 617 E Eighteenth 
Forester Arthur G, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, SW cor 

Eighth and Alice 
Forester Edwin H, merchant, S F, res 14G2 Eighth 
Forgie Hugh, cutter, SF,res 1255 West 
Forgie John, tailor, res 567 Fourteenth 
Forgie Rohert, salesman Goldberg. Bowen & Co, S F, res 

1395 Broadway 
Forkne John M, expressman, res 2045 Filbert 
Forman J H, blacksmith, res 1121 Third 
Forman Margaret B Miss, res 1379 Harrison 
Formey Pobert L, carpenter, res cor Forty-seventh and 

Salem 
Forrest Annie Miss, res 263 E Eighteenth 
Forrest C T, pres Sanitary Plumbing Manufacturing Co, res 

L841 Webster 
Forresl John, repairei>S PC 1 ", res 263 E Eighteenth 
Forresi Sterling I*, cook \V C T U Restaurant, res 617 Fifth 

Forrester , Smith Bouse, s -<» Broadway 

Forr< ] ' win II. clerk, S F, res 1 r»-i Ninth ^ 

Forrester Rose Miss, res 1454 Ninth • >i m 

Forsberg J, employe Buruham-Standeford Co ^ P 

Forsberg L, painter P N Kuss, res 518 Sixth c$ fl) 2 

■ Mary Mrs, domestic, res 855 Ali< - W> 

Forsta Bvenska Baptist Church, Rev C M Nelson pastor, SE § h[ 

COP Magnolia and Tenth S£> §! 

Forst< r Dorothea Mrs, widow, res Booth bet Broadway and 

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iter Emma Mrs, - W cor Eighth and Alice 
Forster John, marble cutter .1 T Kelly, res 656 Myrtle 
I ster M ichael actor, res L66 1 Atlantic 
Forster Thomas, clerk John II Maurer, res L403 San Pablo >, h] ^ 

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Fort Peter, farmer, res Hudson nr College ave 
, Fortado Francisco Selveira, res 730 Henry 

Forthman Q D, ship carpenter S P Co, res C P House 

Fortin Agnes Miss, res 566 Nineteenth 

Fortin Damien E (Fortin <fe Co) res 521 Twentieth 

Fortin Mary Miss, res oQQ Nineteenth 

Fortin Octave, clerk V L Fortin, res 566 Nineteenth 

FORTIN VICTOR L, brick maker and contractor, 
lime and cement, and manager Point San Pedro Brick 
Co, NE cor Third and Washington, res 566 Nineteenth 

Fortman Fred, carpenter S P Co, res 834 Cedar 

Fortman Richard, laborer S P Co, res 69 Bay 

Fortmann D Miss, res Taylor ave nr McPherson, Alameda 

Fortmann Henry Jr, candy maker Bruning Bros, res Tay- 
lor ave, nr McPherson, Alameda 

Fortunato Pezzolo, bootblack, 455 Seventh, res 658 Myrtle 

Fosen Christian J, seaman, res 2018 Union 

Fosgett Louise Miss, teacher of music, res 1110 Thirty- 
fourth 

Foss , contractor, 1156 Broadway 

Foss Wm, boot maker J Balzer, res Berkeley 

Fossard A Mable, res 1120 Peralta 

Fost Manuel, dairyman, res s s Temescal bet Cherry and 
Liberty 

Foster A J, carpenter, res 1568 Twenty- first ave 

Foster Alfred, janitor Oakland post otfice, res 662 Alice 

Foster Alfred, gardener, res 2041 Linden 

Foster Andrew, laborer, res Overland House 

Foster Arthur, carpenter, res 251 Eighth 

Foster Charles, inspector customs S F, res 1622 Taylor 

Foster Charles F Mrs, res 812 Henry 

Foster Charles M, machinist, S F res 1827 William 

Foster Daniel, res 1353 Castro 

Foster Dwight, cleaner S P Co, res 827 Cedar 

Foster Eliza E Miss, res 1024 Filbert 

Foster E J, res 823 Henry 

Foster Emma Mrs, widow, res 251 Eighth 

Foster Emma E Mrs, res 1304 Tenth ave 

Foster Fannie Miss, res 1504 Seventh 
[ Foster George E, machinist, S F, res 914 Wood 

Foster H N Miss, res 1353 Castro 

Foster Isaac L, machine hand S P Co and extraman Engine 

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Foster John, cleaner S P Co, res 821 Henry 
Foster John A, carpenter, res 1924 Filbert 
Foster John T, res 368 Seventh 
Poster Joseph, laborer S P Co, res 954 New 
Foster Josephine Miss, res 821 Henry 
Foster Lee W, res 772 Tenth 
iter Lola Miss, res 222 Seventh 
tor L W Mrs, res 772 Tenth 
Foster Lyda Miss, nurse Fabiola Hospital, res same 
Foster Maud Miss, res 1504 Seventh 
Foster R H Mrs, res 1504 Seventh 
Foster Fannie Miss, res 1504 Seventh 
Foster Moses G, miner, res 960 Castro 
Foster M S Mrs, res 960 Castro 
Foster N K, physician and surgeon, 1266 Twenty-third 

ave, res same 
Foster R H Mrs, bakery, 1504 Seventh, res same 

Poster Robert, driver M Chaplin, res 821Henry 

Foster Robert, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Poster Rowena Miss, res 960 Castro 

Poster Thomas J, dyer California Cotton Mills, res 662 
Alice 

Poster Win A (Frank J Baker & Co) res Grand Central 

Foster William W, clerk S P Co, res' 938 Peralta 

Fothergill , res 504 Fifteenth 

Poucaull Victor M, real estate. S F, res 518 Twenty-second 

Foulkea Margaret K Mrs, res 571 Twelfth 

Foulkea Thomas I), expressman, res n s Moss ave bet Ruby 
and Gold 

Fountain Belle Miss, res 533 Seventeenth 

Fountain Eliza Miss, rea 807 Brush 

Fountain Fanny Mi — .i.-m), Brush 

Fountain Louisa Mis-, music teacher, re- 807 Brush 

Fountain Wm II, res so; Brush 

Four Mile House, Thomas Welch propr, cor College and 
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Wilson B Morse superintendent, office 522 Fourteenth 
FowleJohn A, printer Morning Times } res 309 Third 
Fowler Annie Miss, domestic Sol Greenhood, res 633 Four- 
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Fowler ( llara J Mi 7 16 sixteenth 

Fowler David C, cooper, rea L516 Curtis 
Fowler. D T, principal Prescotl School, rea 568 Caledonia 



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Fowler Elizabeth H Mrs, res 1259 Campbell J_ (/} 

Fowler George A, propr children's play ground, Twenty- m 

third ave nr R R 2 

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Fowler Geo H C, music teacher, res 629 E Fourteenth 

Fowler Jefferson, res 1063 Tenth ave 

Fowler John A, clerk, S F, res 715 Sixteenth 

Fowler John T, capitalist, res College ave bet Vernon ave 
and Florio 

Fowler L F Mrs, teacher Durant School, res 568 Caledonia 
ave 

Fowler Minnie A Miss, res 715 Sixteenth 

Fowler Nellie I Miss, res 1063 Tenth ave 

Fowler Prentiss U, salesman S F, res 715 Sixteenth 

Fowler Weslev Mrs, res 715 Sixteenth 

Fowler W W/res 702 Tenth 

Fox A E Miss, bookkeeper Taft & Pennoyer, res Alameda 

Fox Albert S, student College of Pharmacy, res 609 Seven- 
teenth 

Fox Avlrner, student, res 261 Twelfth 

Fox C F, agt M J KELLER, 1007-1009 Broadway 

Fox Charles M, res 1214 Thirteenth ave 

Fox Charles N, atty-at-law, S F, res 1057 Market 

Fox E H, employe Cape Ann Bakery, res 918 Fifth 

Fox Emma Miss, seamstress Miss V A Anderson, res 918 
Fifth 

Fox Fred K, student, res 863 Union 

Fox Geo B, law student, res 1535 Webster 

Fox George W, atty-at-law, S F, res 1535 Webster 

Fox Henry G, student, res 967 Fourth ave 

Fox Helen F Mrs, dressmaker, res 863 Union 

Fox Ida Miss, res 1057 Market 

Fox IdaW, branch bakery, res 1261 San Pablo ave 

Fox James, barber J M Rose, res Third nr Grove 

Fox James H, gardener, res 764 Twenty-second 

Fox John, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res Third nr 
Grove 

Fox John S, janitor Cole School, res 261 Twelfth 

Fox Joseph, roller Pacific Iron and Nail' Co, res 627 Third 

Fox J E Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 918 Fifth 

Fox L E Mrs, res 918 Fifth 

Fox Doring, plumber, 1261 San Pablo ave, res 171 Third 

Fox M, waiter, res -462 Fifth 

Fox Martin, res 1014 Ninth ave 

Fox Mary Miss, res 261 Twelfth 



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LU Fox Michael, engineer Judson Manufacturing Co, r res 

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Fox Michael P. sawyer California Door Co. res Emeryville 
£0 ^ Fox Minnie Mrs, 3eam& ea L37li Twelfth 

UJ ^ Fox Mollie Miss, ironer Contra Costa Laundry, res 1217 
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Uj ^ Fox Vigor E. student, res 967 Fourth ave 
^ < Fox W B, r< - 967 Fourth ave 
|— O Fox Wm F. 1. per correspondent, res v * '>'■'• Union 

Foy . lumber piler, res 621i Broadway 

fireman S P Co, res B69 Myrtle ' 
Helen, d aker Mrs E W Johnson 

Foy ., laborer. >32i Broadway 

zard G . laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

CQ Fradeis • . shoemaker, res E Sixteenth 

D Fragaa Thomas, employe S P Co, res 709 Chester 
Q- Rose Mrs, housekeeper Wm A*' e 822 Linden 

Fraetus Mary Mi-s. laundi 3S ontra Costa Laundry 4 

^ France Herman, laborer 160 Fifth . 

France II W, clerk S P Co, S F. rea 1039 Linden 
H Trance L X. res L039 Linden 
France Martha E M Linden 

France Robert L. clerk S P C ,S F, rea L039 Linden 

Francia , emplo Iron and Nail Work i 

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^^j Francia Ann 3, -pinner Jute Mil 917 E Fifteenth ** 

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Fran< sec California Paint < , S F, res L227 

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^* Francis Henry L, clerk, S 1 Ml Peralta ^ 

#H I^niiK-is .J.-.-pl, T. foreman Samuel II Stuart. '. Q 

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kJj Francis Louisa Miss, employe Jute Mills, res 91* E ath 2 

3G man Jute Mills, r.- •-•IT E LitUvnth £ 

LJ Fran< iborer, res L073 E Nineteenth — 

Gy - 1 J _' 7 Third a\v • J2j 

^* Francis Paul, helper Oakland Gas Lighl and IL 9 fd 

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Francisco h. I ib >r< r B I' I !o, res 822 F wis CC ]| 

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Franck Charles, bottler John Wieland's Lager Beer, 82 

Magnolia, res same 
Franck Max, piano tuner, res 1789 Grove 
Frank Asher, res 633 Fourteenth 
Frank Charles J, real estate, res 1378 Seventh 
Frank Jos, laborer, res 658 Franklin 
Frank Max, waiter Kelsey House, res same 
Frank Melita Miss, cashier Sol Greenhoocl, res 633 Four- 
teenth 
Frank Stephen, fruit, 1120 Center, res same 
Frank Theodore, carriage trimmer, 373 Tenth, res Sunny- 
side 
Frank Theodore, manager J Bossard-Frank, res w s Tele- 
graph ave nr Morgan 
Franke A L Miss, tailoress A Stein, res 320 Eighth 
Franke Clemens, brakeman S P Co, res 1826 William 
Franke George, yardman S P Co, res 1824 William 
Franke George Jr, fireman S P Co, res 1824 William 
Franke Rudolph (R Franke & Co) res 589 Twenty-fourth 
Franke R & Co (R Franke and August Trimborn) Oakland 

Pickle Factory and Vinegar Works, 1622 Grove 
Franke Theresa Miss, res 1824 William 
Franklin Albert, porter steamer Colima, res 716 Filbert 
Franklin Alice R Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 626 

Fourteenth 
Franklin School, Joseph F Chandler principal, Tenth ave 

bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Franklin Wra T, carpenter S H Wilson, res S F 
Franks Benjamin, printer, res 701 Magnolia 
Franks Chas L, compositor Oakland Enquirer, res 701 Mag- 
nolia 
Franks James, engineer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Commercial Union Hotel 
Franks John C, U S Marshal, S F, res 1125 Adeline 
Franson John O, coachman G T Hawley, res Prospect 

Heights 
Frantz Jay M (Frantz & Lowe) res 1670 Valdez 
Frantz & Lowe (Jay M Frantz and Chas C Lowe) real estate, 

470 Eighth 
Frantzen Fannie Miss, res 966 Kirkham 
Franz Frank, clerk Frank Bicler, 809 E Fourteenth, re< 

same 
Franz Herman, bartender Kaspar Wemmer, res Fifth nr 

AVashington 
Fraoletti A, bootblack stand, cor Seventh and Market, res 
1642 Union 



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Fraser Alexander, car repairer S P Co, res 1000 Chester 

Fraser Alexander G, carpenter S P Co, res 813 Magnolia 

Fraser D (t Mrs, widow, res 1422 Linden 

Fraser Howard, engineer, res 1114 Wood 

Fraser Julia Miss, res 916 Myrtle 

Fraser Leah A, student University of California, res 305 

Third 
Fraser Robert, ship carpenter, S F, res 1102 Wood 
Fraser Samuel W, contractor, res 305 Third 
Praser Thomas Rev, professor Theological Seminary. S F, 

res ( .tlt'» Myrtle 
Fraser Walter II, student University of California, res 305 

Third 
Fraternity Hall, XE cor Seventh and Peralta 
Prates Antone, laborer, res 952 E Twentieth 
Prates Catherine Mrs, res 953 Webster 
Prates Frank, laborer S P Co, res 953 Webster 
Prates Frank, farmer, res Hayes Canyon 
Prates Freeman, ashman S P Co, res 263 Second 
Prates Joseph, laborer S P Co, res 953 Webster 
Prates Joseph, butcher La Coste & Co. res Golden Gate 
Prates Joseph, laborer, res 667 E Twelfth 
Prates Joseph, driver Oamilloni A: Lagoria, res 928 Webster 
Prates Joseph A. miner, res 224 Hollis 
Prates Joseph Y A. carpenter, res 224 Hollis 
Prates Mary Mrs, res 1">11 Third 
Pratis Frank, employe California Jute Mills 
Pratus Prank, butcher John Stewart, res Lorin 
FSAUNEDEB E, machinist and general iron work- 
er, 409 Tenth, res 405 Tenth 
Prawley Edward, stone cutter F E Knowles&Co, res B F 
Frazer Eugene, student J B Richardson, re- 1102 Wood 
Prazer Hugh, blacksmith and wagon maker 1008 Franklin, 

res 963 ( 'astro 
Frazier Ali<-<- Mrs, rea 1 ♦'<"'•_ Eighth 
Prazier Thomas J, teamster Grayson, Owen A Co, res Dal- 

toD a-. : >ck Yards 
Prear Walter Rev, res Tenth ave nr Nineteenth 
FREDERICK & ARTH (Jacob Frederick and 

G V Anli) proprietors Oakland Carriage Factory, 

r \Vi ! ister and Tenth 
FREDERICK JACOB (Frederick & Axth) res 569 

Sixteenth 
Frederick Leonard, carpenter, rea 670 E Sixteenth 
Frederick 14 C Mrs, ret 670 E Sixteenth 



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F W Stromberg agent, 372 Eleventh 
Frederickson A, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Com- 
mercial Union Hotel 
Frederickson Peter C, teamster, res Old County Road opp 

Adeline 
Fredinan A, cutter, res The Olive 
Fredlund Alfred, carpenter, S F, res 1662 William 
Free Market s s Clay bet Fourth and Fifth 
Free Thomas H, gardener H P Livermore, res R -ckridge 
Free Will Baptist Church, cor Twenty-first and Brush 
Freedrick Alvina Mrs, res Four Mile House, E Fourteenth 

nr High 
Freeland Thomas, laborer S P Co, res 1812 Seventh 
Freels Richard G, laborer S P Co, res 1617 Fifteenth 
Freeman Allen G (Ormsby & Co, S F) res 1137 Linden 
Freeman C D, oiler S P Co, res 1419 Third 
Freeman Charles W, printer, S F, res 1724 Lincoln 
Freeman Daniel S, clerk, S F, res 1001 Center 
Freeman E M Capt, pilot, res 1019 Linden 
Freeman Emma Mrs, les 464 Twenty-fourth 
Freeman Frank, traveling salesman G H Tay & Co, S F, 

res 1562 Telegraph ave 
Freeman Frank, salesman, S F, res 464 Twenty-second 
Freeman Geo W, asst division roadmaster S P Co, res 1016 

West 
Freeman James E, civil engineer, res 564 Eleventh 
Freeman Lizzie E Miss, res 1019 Linden 
Freeman Mary Mrs, res 1457 Broadway 
Freeman Mattie B Miss, res 564 Eleventh 
Freeman Sarah P Mrs, boarding house, res 564 Eleventh 
Freeman William, saloon, res 1621 Thirteenth ave 
Freeman William, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 914 

Twenty-sixth ave 
Freequery Eugene, laundry man French Laundry, res 

Louisa, Watts Tract 
Freidman Samuel, tailor Littovy & Sons, res 864 Clay 
Freils Dedrich G, wharfman S P Co, res 1617 Fifteenth 
Freitas Anton, res 159 Hollis 
Freitas Frank, laborer S P Co, res 889 Bay 
Freitas John, laborer S P Co, res 865 Cedar 
Freitas John S, laborer S P Co, res 960 E Twentieth 
Freitas Joseph, laborer, res 236 Harlan 
Freitas Joseph, laborer, res 236 Harlan 
Freitas Mellier, laborer S P Co, res 1866 William 
French Agnes Miss, res 1717 San Pablo ave 



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French Alice Miss, res 1809 San Pablo ave 

French Annie T Miss, mnsie teacher, res 1405 Brush 

French Asa T, engineer S P Co, res 254 Fifth 

Prench Charles W, clerk John Fearn, res 975 Washington 

FRENCH EABLE B, hay, grain and feed, wood 
and coal, 171") and 1717 San Pablo ave, res same 

French Florence -I. res 1244 Adeline &p 

French George J, fireman S P Co, res 1055 Twelfth ave 

French 11 A Mrs, res 863 Union 

French Robert H, salesman Peter Dresco, res 31S Ninth 

French Jane Mrs, res 723 Linden C/O 

French John Arthur, clerk 1475 Tenth ave 

French John D, commission merchant, S F, res 1475 Tenth 
ave 

French John L, dry goods, groceries and genl mdse cor 
San Pablo and Ivlinkner aves, Golden Gate, res same 

French Lulu, dressmaker Mrs E W Johnson, res 723 Lin- 
den 

French Mamie, dressmaker Mrs E W Johnson, res 723 Lin- 
den 

French Mattie L Miss, res 1717 San Pablo ave 

French R E, foreman S P Co, res 358 E Seventeenth 

rich Sulla E Miss, assl Burnette Dental Co, res 1004 
Broadway 
i Wm F, clerk, res 867 Peralta 

Frerea Frank, laborers P Co. res 1869 Gosa 

Frese John L res 1 ^7<> Seventh 

Fretas Joseph, laborer res cor Third and Cypress 

Freuler John, bookkeeper, S F, res XF cor McCall and 
Mono a \ 

Freuler Miss, seamstress, rea 970 Cypress 

Frey Ada Miss, rea 1315 Eighth 

Frey Charles L, student, res 1 115 Tenth 

Frey Fin ma M s 1 315 Eighth 

. < rustavus J, roofer, rea 11 L5 Tenth 

v John, watchmaker and jeweler 1768 Seventh, rea 1315 

" Eighth 

Frey Julius, draughtsman, S F, rea ">»»7 Eighteenth 

Frey R M rs, res L509 Broadway 

ph, laboi - l 856 Shorl 

Frialo L, Laborer Alameda Macadamizic 3 quarry, rea 

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I ' rick A [Jeweler, res Willamette EIouc 

Frick Abraham L, attyy-at-law room 29,957 Broadway, and p 
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Frick George W, principal Tompkins' School, res 923 Wood 

Frick E Fred, res 668 Thirty-fourth 

Friedberg Elias, type setter, res s s Thirty-fourth, nr Tele- 
graph ave 

Friedman Alfred, glove maker, S F, res 533 Eighteenth 

Friedman D, junk, res 360 Fourth 

Friedman Louis, boots and shoes, 919 Broadway, res 226 
Twelfth 

Friend Deidema Mrs, res 846 Seventeenth 

Friend Roger, res Blake House 

Friend W H, cashier Sun Insurance Co, S F, res Blake 
House 

Friend William N, student, res Blake House 

Friendeley J, baker, res Weber Hotel 

Friersbn William J, farmer Yolo County, res 1530 Broadway 

Friert Henry, laborer, res 212 Haven 

Frink Ledyard, res 1220 Grove 

Frique Edward, fireman S P Co, res 1053 Ninth ave 

Frique Emile, engineer S P Co, res 1053 Ninth ave 

Frisbie C E, foreman type foundry Pacific Press, res 725 
Eleventh 

Frisbie W E, stereotyper Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 
715 Twelfth 

Frisby David, laborer, res 1654 Telegraph ave 

Frise R G, draughtsman H W, Weilbye 

Frisk Brewer, moulder, S F, res Jackson bet Seventh 



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Fritsche Joseph, bootmaker, 373 Seventh, res same 
Fritz G J, laborer, res 864 E Twenty-first 
Fritzo Matthias, laborer, res 113 Hannah 
Fritzschen Herman B, saloon, S F, res 1307 Peralta 
Frivelette Bernard, shoe black, res 1642 Union 
Frobel Kindergarten, Mrs L A Balch principal, 1316 Ade- 
line 
Frodahl Annie, domestic, res 527 E Eleventh 
Fromme August, stevedore, res 1870 Goss 
Eronk E, res Smith House, 836 Broadway 
Fronk George, stableman, res 262 Thirteenth 
Frontier Peter, lapidary, S F, res 763 Webster 
Frost Andrew, farmer, res Fruit Vale ave 
Frost Arthur A, student, res 1523 Eighth ave 
Frost Belle Miss, res 932 Union 
Frost Chas L, millwright, res 1523 Eighth ave 
Frost Francis W, adjuster Board of Trade, res 528 Ninth 
Frost James W, res 932 Union 
Frost Kate Miss, res 932 Union 



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Qj Frost Mark B, agt Home Benefit Life Insurance Co, 
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Frost P C Mrs, res Fruit Vale ave 
Frost Peter, rancher, res Prescott 
Frest Win E, carpenter S P Co, res 872 Henry 
Frost Wm H, fuel agt S P Co, res 1519 Eighth ave 
Frost Wm I, employe Golden Rule Mill, res 509 E Four- 
teenth 
f— O Frostham William, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
Park Exchange Hotel 
Frostholm Phennie Mrs, widow, res 168 Fifth 
Fruit and Flower Mission, Miss Era Lukins 

Broadway 
Fruit Wile Hospital, Dr P W Poulson propr, 

Peralta and Fruit Vale ave 
Fruit Vale Presbyterian Church, Rev E S Chapman, 

pastor, res 1 *J< >4 E Twelfth 
Fruit Vale Public School, Miss Annie L Dolman principal 

^ Fruit Vale K K Co, office and stables Sixth ave bet E 
Eleventh and ETwelfth 
H Fruit Vale Rose Co, cor Old County [load and Julia 
Frukana George, gardener, res 802 Alice 
Frumbull William, harness maker, res 250i Hollis 
Frutard Manuel, mill hand California Door ( 
ffa Fry Fred W (Dod^r ,v Fry) re> 171-1 Linden 
Lj Fry Benry P, wheelwright C C Buffett, rea 1711 Linden 

Fry Willi- B, mgr Singer Manufacturing Co, S F, rea 513 
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£ FryeJ( rpenter, re- 261 Eighth 

"j Fryer -I A Mr-, music teacher, rea .Julia bet Sherman and 
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^%| Fryer .I<>hn A. ear: B9 .Julia bet Sherman and Mon- 

BE Fucli' - F K Mr-, teacher Franklin School, re- ."sn Twen- 
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yy Fuch- L<o, laborer Brooklyn Brewery, res s7 ( .' F Four- 
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Fucha Philip, coal and wood, LI 71 Center, rea L169 Center 

HFuendaling Juliua C, bal N w York Bakery Weber 

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W| : i Kucka & Fugel) rea 589 Hobart 
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Fugel James, drr i rlen ave nr Linda 

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Fuller Arthur L, clerk J C Fuller, res 875 Washington 

Fuller Benjamin B, res 1833 Linden 

Fuller Carrie L Miss, res 416 E Fifteenth 

Fuller Charles H, res 762 Alice 

Fuller Flora Mrs, res 1060 Third ave 

FULLER HINDS, city agent Fireman's Fund In- 
surance Co, res 577 Thirty-fifth 

Fuller John S, painter, res 1319 Kirkham 

FULLER JULIUS C, general agent Daggett's 
Patent Koaster and Baker, 474 Eighth, res 875 Wash- 
ington 

Fuller M A Mrs, res 1353 Castro 

Fuller N E Miss, res 1353 Castro 

Fuller N E Mrs, dressmaker, res 718 Seventh 

Fuller P J Mrs, res 1353 Webster 

Fuller W T illiam, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 669 
Adeline 

Fullmer Leander D, salesman, S F, res 909 Peralta 

Fulton Agnes, domestic, res 1012 Fourteenth 

Fulton Carey M, division shop clerk S P Co, res 1468 Grove 

Fulton Edith Miss, res 1468 Grove 

Fulton Edwin G, bookbinder Pacific Press, res 718 Twelfth 

Fulton Frances C Miss, res 943 Campbell 

Fulton Herbert D, pressman Pacific Press, res 718 Twelfth 

Fulton Joseph, miner, res 943 Campbell 

Fulton Nettie B Miss (Whitaker & Fuller) res 1210 San 
Pablo ave 

Fulton Samuel S, laborer S P Co, Oakland Pier, res 1162 
Seventh 

Fulton Thomas, employe S P Co, res 1665 Twelfth 

Fulton Thomas, brakeman S P Co, res 1685 Chase , 

Fulton Wallace H, fireman S P Co, res 943 Campbell 

Funcheon Benjamin, carpenter, res 508-j- Fifteenth 

Funder Peter, mate steamer Piedmont, res 1411 Adeline 

Funge Jane, domestic, res 1511 Market 

Furbish Arthur J E, commercial traveler, res 1424 Webster 

Furbish Lucy A Miss, res 1424 Webster 

Furbish Ruth W Mrs, widow, res 1424 Webster 

Furcate John, butcher, res Doyle ave nr San Pablo ave, 
Golden Gate 

Furguson C H, operator block system S P Co, res 872 
Henry 

Furlong Edward, messenger Sunset Telephone Telegraph 
Co, res 617 Magnolia 

Furlong John, laborer, res 617 Magnolia 

Furlong Win J, dairyman J R Mott, res Vernon Heights 



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Furniss Charles B, bartender, res Newland House 

Furon Arnaud, baker M Longe, res 617 Broadway *M 

Furry George H, clerk Hall of Records, res 1416-J- San 2 

Pablo ave fe 

Furson , tailor, res 527 Seventh "3 

Furst Herman, clothing, men's furnishing goods, 901 Broad- 1 3§! 

way, res 1011 Webster Jl> 

Furtado John A, laborer, res 239 Haven ^J 

Fus Elizabeth, domestic, res S72 Twentieth Jjj; 
Futa Joseph, laborer, res 229 Second 
Fyfe James S, paper hanger, res Brunswick Hotel 

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Gabb Fred H, painter, res 1224 Twenty -third ave 
Gable Maggie Miss, res 1591 Telegraph ave 
Gabler John, gardener, res Union Hotel 
Gabriel J, laborer, res 1077 E Nineteenth 
I Gabriel Manuel, res 751 Willow 

| Gaffany Martin, laborer, res Fifth nr Shell Mound Station 
; Gaffney John H, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult 

Blind, res same 
GafFney Maria Miss, res 583 Twenty-second 
Gagan Philip, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Go's quarry. 

res same 
Gage A Mrs, propr The Graystone, 418 Twelfth 
Gage David, capitalist, res 460 Merrimac 
Gage Edward C, student, res 460 Merrimac 
Gage Harold J, foreman frame dept W F & Co, res The 
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Henry D, student, res 460 Merrimac 
Gage Jefferson, conductor S P Co, res 1521 Eighth 
Han'* Stephen T, assl prea S P Co, res 1300 Harrison 

William, gardener, L568 Webster, res 458 Twenty-first 
Ha-' r E M Mr-, n- 1211 Alice 
I tagne Alice I> Mr-, rea 967 Clay 
igne Edward, photographer, s <>7 Broadway, rea 067 Clay 
Qon Joseph II, joiner California Door Co, res 
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GagnoD Madard, teamster, n Grove 

Gahagan Vincent, blacksmith Stock Yards, res Bame 

illard Chas, pea 307 E Twentieth 
Gaines Chauncey, teller [Jnioo Savin-- Bank, res Berkeley 
Gaines James, laborer B P Co, res T'J i ('Hester 
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Gaines Katie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Gaines Margaret Mrs, res 724£ Chester 

Gaines Mictiael, laborer, res 724-J- Chester 

Gaines William, laborer, res 724-J Chester 

Gainsforth Annie Mrs, domestic, 1110 Twelfth 

Gaither Thomas, yardman S P Co, S F, res 1304 Eighth 

Galagher A, M D, res The Olive 

Galavan James, plumbing and gasfitting, 1512 Seventh, and 

foreman Engine No 3, F D, res 1378 Eighth 
Galbraith Alma I Miss, teacher High School, res 1218 San 

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Gale Coll, student, res 1373 Tenth ave 
Gale Geo L, contractor and builder, res 1373 Tenth ave 
Galer E P, tinsmith S P Co, res 811 Pine 
Galindo Annie Miss, res n s Forty-sixth bet Shattuck ave 

and Grove 
Galindo Augustine, teamster, res n s Forty-sixth bet Shat- 
tuck ave and Grove 
Galindo F, capitalist, res w s Telegraph ave nr Morgan 
Galindo Felix, bookkeeper, S F, res n s Forty-sixth bet 

Shattuck ave and Grove 
GALINDO HOTEL, B Wright proprietor, s s Eighth 

bet Franklin and Broadway 
Galindo Joseph, teamster, res n s Forty-sixth bet Shattuck 

ave and Grove 
Galindo Mary Miss, res n s Forty-sixth bet Shattuck ave 
and Grove 

Gall , clerk Fibush Bros, res 319 Sixth 

Gallagher Bernard, employe Contra Costa Water Co, res 

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Gallagher Chas E, propr Gallagher Transfer Co, cor Broad- 
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Gallagher Daniel (Crist & Gallagher) res 1431 Filbert 
Gallagher Edward, nail worker, res 1953 Magnolia 
Gallagher Eunice Miss, teacher Peralta District School, res 

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Gallagher James, stone mason, res 1953 Magnolia 
Gallagher James, electrician, res La Clede House 
Gallagher James, plumber Dalziel & Moller, res 1328 Myrtle 
Gallagher John, capitalist, res 768 Seventh 
Gallagher John, res 1328 Myrtle 
Gallagher John, clerk Neil Gallagher, res 1716 Telegraph 

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Gallagher Mary Mrs, res SE cor Forty-third and Grove 

Gallagher Michael, laborer, res 7~ s Third 

Gallagher Michael Jr, laborer, res 742 Linden 

Gallagher Michael, groceries, SE cor Fifth and Linden, res 

742 Linden 
Gallagher Neil, groceries, wines and liquors. 1722 Tele- 
graph ave, res same 
Gallagher Patrick, res 742 Linden 
Gallagher Pete, plumber and gasfitter Dalziel & Moller, res 

1330 Fontainblen ave 
Gallagher Stephen, expressnan, res 1515 Brush 
Gallagher Thomas, nail worker, res 1953 Magnolia 
Gallagher Thomas, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 

cor Thirteenth and Magnolia 
Gallagher Thomas J, clerk JAS A JOYCE, res 427 

Hawthorn 
Gallagher Timothy, res 1722 Telegraph 
Gallagher Transfer Co, San Francisco, Oakland and Ala- 
meda, Charles E Gallagher propr, cor Broadway and 
Eighth 
Gallagher William, employe East Oakland Planing Mill, I 

82 1 E Fourteenth 
Gallant Catherine F Miss, res 124 Louisa 
Gallant David I, printer Oakland Enquirer^ res 124 Louisa 

ill ant Ignatius 1). res 124 Louisa 
Gallant Martha A. 3earnstr< ss, r< - 12 1 Louisa 
Gallant Mary .1 Miss, dressmaker, res 12 1 Louisa 
Gallant Peter, carpenter, res 12-1 Louisa 
( rallen Bessie M iss, res s<| 1 Brush 
illcn Daniel, laborer, res 804 Brush 
illen I P, employe California Cotton Mills Co. res 

'1 Brush 
illen James W, employe California Cotton Mills Co,- 

804 Brush 
illey Ros< Mrs, dressmaking, L009 Franklin, res same 
Hi Louis, fruit and 819 Broadway, res same 

lligan John, carpenter, res L912 Myrtle 
ligan Theresa Miss, rea 1912 Myrtle 
• I i arpenter, r< - 11 L9 Ninth 

< fallinann .1 F, carriage painter Sohsl A Bro, res 758 Fifth 

Hivan Mary Mi \ 1014 Third 

Gall line man O E L & M Co, res 658 Webster 

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Galvin James, carriage maker and blacksmith, 511 and 513 

Fourteenth, res 1518 Broadway 
Galvin John H, clerk James Galvin, res 1690 Broadway 
Gamble Frank, real estate and insurance agt, 469 Ninth 
Gamble Frank B, bookkeeper James Gamble, res Piedmont 
Gamble Henry, pattern maker, res 1070 E Nineteenth 
GAMBLE JAMES, real estate, insurance and 

notary public, 469 Ninth, res Piedmont 
Gamble John, laborer, res 1070 E Nineteenth 
Gamble Leland S, land agt, 469 Ninth, res S F 
Gamble Lottie Miss, res 1070 E Nineteenth 
Gamp Camille, machinist, S F, res 1419 Fifteenth 
Ganley Edward, laborer, res 705 Fifth (rear) 
Gannaw Daniel, laborer, res Florio 

Gannon James, laborer, res cor San Pablo ave and Thirty- 
sixth 
Gannon Martin, res 665 E Twelfth 

Gannon Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 1464 Telegraph ave 
Gannon Rose Mrs, res 1464 Telegraph ave 
Gans Alfonse, laundryman Contra Costra Laundry 
Gans Alphonse J, res 1635 Magnolia 
Gans B D, laundrvman Contra Costra Laundry 
Gans R6bert, res 779 Twelfth 

Gansberg Henry, shoemaker F Senram & Co, res 912 Har- 
rison 
Gansberg Henry Jr, cigar maker H Gloy, res 912 Harrison 
Garabrant Charles, machinist O G L & H Co, res 663 Alice 
Garabrant Oliver, clerk Geo Black, res Campbell bet Sew- 
ard and Eighth 
Garavatt William, plasterer, res 823 E Sixteenth 
Garaventa Louis, res 1080 E Seventeenth 
Garbert Mrs, res Home for Aged Women 
Garbey Eva Mrs, res s s Fortieth nr Adeline 
Garbutt John, mason, res 411 Ninth 
Garbutt Maggie Mrs, clerk Oakland Dime Delivery, res 411 

Ninth 
Garcelon Catherine M, widow, res 1213 Madison 
Garcelon Harris, shipwright, res 1267 Twenty-sixth 
Garcelon Horace, clerk, S F, res 570 Eighteenth 
Garcelon Nellie Mrs, dressmaker, res 570 Eighteenth 
Garcia Mrs, widow, res NE cor Merced and Shattuck ave 
Garcia Adolfo, teamster, res NE cor Merced and Shattuck 

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Garcia Alfred, commission agt (cattle) res s s Twenty-ninth 
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Garcia Flora Mrs, res 4*22 B 

Garcia & Bernard (Frank Garcia and Joseph Bernard) bar- 
bers, res 627 E Twelfth 

Garcia Frank (Garcia & Bernard) res corE Fourteenth and 
Fifteenth ave 

Garcia Frank, butcher, res s s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph 
ave 

Garcia Frederico, laborer, res s s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph 
ave 

Garcia John, laborer S P Co, res 422 B 

Gard Charles A, salesman, res 1021 Twelfth 

Gard Dena Miss, res 1021 Twelfth 

Gard Emma Miss, student, res 1021 Twelfth 

Gard Harmon N (H N Gard & Co) res 1021 Twelfth 

GARD H N & CO (Harmon N Gard and J C Knick- 
rem) paper warehouse, 1153 Washington 

Gard Minnie Miss, res 1021 Twelfth 

Gard Nicholas, mining, res 1021 Twelfth 

Gardener Frank, employe Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 601 
Webster 

Gardener George P, carpenter, 2 Sanders 

Gardener Mrs, res 504 Fifteenth 

Gardiner Anna Mrs L, res 528 Jones 

Gardiner Anwyl O, painter J T Gardiner, res 319 Eleventh 

Gardiner Bella Mis-, employe Bruning Bros, res 1012 Pine 

Gardiner Charles H, clerk Wells, Fargo & Co, S F, res 830 
E Fifteenth 

Gardiner Duane W, messenger American District Tele- 
graph ( !o, rei 1 157 ('enter 

Gardiner Elizabeth <> Mrs, widow, res 1762 Division 

Gardiner Prank, laborer, res Si Louis House 

Gardiner George II. student, res 830 E Fifteenth 

( rardiner James T, painter, 1008 Franklin, res 319 Eleventh 

Gardiner James T (Torrey, Whitman & Gardiner) res 524 
Jones 

Gardiner James T Jr, painter James T Gardiner, re- 319 
Eleventh 

( tardiner Jennie, res 319 Eleventh 

Gardiner John 8, clerk Jones' Bazaar, res 319 Eleventh 

Gardiner Robert II. clerk cashier's office Wells, Fargo A 
Co, - 1 ree 830 E Fifteenth 

Gardiner B P M. painter James T Gardiner, res 379 
Eleventh 

Gardiner Thomas, Coranado Beach Hotel, San Diego, res 
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Gardiner Wm M, student Hopkins Academy, res 524 Jones 
Gardner Cornelia Mrs, agt S T Taylor System Dresscutting, 

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Gardiner Cornelia Mrs. agt Lightning System Dress Cut- 
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Gardner Frank, longshoreman, res 601 Webster 
Gardner Hirdn S, engineer SP Co, res 1314 Eighth 
Gardner J A, res Hotel Merritt 

Gardner Jerome T, medical student, res 463 E Eleventh 
Gardner Lottie Mrs, widow, res 718 Twelfth 
Gardner Louis M, foreman, res 1184 Eighteenth 
Gardner Mittie E Miss, milliner R Jones, res 577 Thirty- 
fifth 
Gardner N C, res 912 Thirty-fifth 
Gardner Robert, land agt, res 463 E Eleventh 
Gardner Wm, broker, S F, res 861 E Sixteenth 
Garey John (Garey & Galvin) res 1626 Linden 
Garfield Isaac, capitalist, res 468 Edwards 
Garfield School, Mrs Ellen Gibbs principal, Twenty-third 

ave bet E Sixteenth and E Seventeenth 
Garhart L C, painter P N Kuss 
Garin Paul A, drawing teacher Public Schools, res 815 

Thirty-fifth 
Garity John, laborer S P Co 

Garland B H, conductor S P Co, res Bushell House 
Garlick Etta F Mrs, teacher Lincoln School, res 1016 Four- 
teenth 
Garlick Joshua P, principal Cole School, res 1016 Four- 
teenth 
Garmanus David, clerk Leopold Meyer, res 1418 Eighth 
Garms Peter, saloon, res 1416 Eighteenth 
Garner George, tinner Burtchaell & Crowley, res 720 Harri- 
son 
Garner Henry (Garner & Son) res 720 Harrison 
Garner Henry W (Garner & Son) res 720 Harrison 
Garner & Son (Henry and Henry W Garner) butchers, SW 

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Garnett J Herndon, pastor Tenth Avenue Baptist Church, 

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Garon Louis G, wines and liquors, 553 Broadway 
Garribaidi Joseph, capitalist, res 478 Twenty-first 
Garribaldi Joseph, laborer, res n s Forty-second nr Tele- 
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Garrison Wm A, engineer S P Co, res 1517 Eighth 

Garrity John, laborer S P Co, res 1561 Fifth 

Garrity T, laborer, res Union Hotel 

Garsiglia Gust, clerk, res 529 Eighth 

Garsiglia John, res Lester House 

Garter Fred, barber, res 856 Broadway 

Garthwaite Harry, lumber, S F, res Prospect Heights 

Garthwaite H P, real estate agt, S F, res 492 Edwards 

Garthwaite W W, cashier Oakland Bank of Savings, res 

Prospect Heights 
Gartland James, foreman California Jute Mills 
Gartner Belle Miss, student, res 1911 Filbert 
Gartner Frederick W (McManus & Gartner) fireman No 5 

Co, res 1911 Filbert 
Garvan Cornelius J, car cleaner S P Co, res 1220 Kirkham 
Garvan James, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, 1285 

Broadway 
Garvan James, cleaner S P Co, res Taylor 
Garvello Cailo, marble polisher Amador Marble Co, res 

Mountain View Cemetery 
Garvello Mateo, laborer Mountain View Cemetery, res same 
Garvello Paolo, laborer Mountain View Cemetery, res same 
Garvey Elizabeth Miss, res 821 Chester 
Garvey George, employe S P Co, res 821 Chester 
Garvey [sabella, domestic, 1530 Twelfth ave 
Garvey James J, employe 8 P Co, n - B21 Chester 
Grrvey John C, engineer S P Co, res 821 Chester 
Garvey Patrick, res 82] Chester 
Garvey Thomas F, fireman S P Co, res 82] Chester 
Garvin B C Mrs, pea L6] 1 Thirteenth ave 
Garvin .lame-, produce, 8 F, res 950 Brush 
( i.uvin James, res L616 Taylor 
Garvin James, res Park ave cor Hollis, Emeryville 
< Marvin John, res 829 ( 'astro 

Garvin Minnie Miss, Btudent, res L61 1 Thirteenth ave 
Garvin P A. teacher Clawson School, res 815 Thirty-fifth 
Gaskill DeWitl C, capitalist, res L395 Harrison 
Gaskill Geo] civil engineer, res 573 Fifteenth 

kill Herbert D, clerk 8 8 Jewitt, 8 F, res L395 Harrison 
Gaskill Rollin C, ag1 Wells, Fargo & Co, rea 573 Fifteenth 
Gaskill \':ini« y W. sec Railroad Commissioners, rea 813 

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1 1 par A ntone, laborer, n - 1 67 I Pacific 

par John, gardener Wm X Meeks, rea o b Columbua 
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Gaspard Edward, laborer, rea 829 E Twelfth 



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M Gass Edward D, brakeman S P Co, res 561 E Eleventh mat 

O © Gass Laura A Mrs, res 566 E Twelfth a 

^ *J Gass Louis A, employe East Oakland Lumber Co, res 566 k^ 

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[3 Gast Fred, fireman S P Co, res West Berkeley =g W 

.. Gaston Geo C, shipping clerk, S F, res 1227 Eleventh ave w ^d 

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§ ""t, Gatter Michael, shoemaker, res 714 Tenth 
*3 % Gattic Jas, brakeman S P Co, res 1727 Atlantic (up-stairs) 
§ § Gauge William, gardener A K P Harmon, res 458 Twenty- 
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^m &■ Gavello Lena, domestic, 1310 Eighth fcH 

>| Gaver Augustus, bookkeeper, S F, res 1426 Eighth h-a 

Gavica Henry, messenger Kennedy, Quinlan & Co, res Te- H 

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HI « Gay David, carpenter, res 134 Hannah f** 

^ (A Gay Robert, butcher, res 853 Myrtle ^ 

U Gry Walter, clam merchant, water front foot of Grove ft© 

UJ S Gay Wm (Bennett, Knowlton & Co) res 450 First ^ 

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Gazolo Victor, fireman S P Co, res 1815 Short 

Geagan Philip, teamster, res Lake Shore ave 

Gearing Frederick, foreman, American Sugar Refinery, S F, 

res 1721 Seward 
(u-ary Annie B Miss, dressmaker, res 1713 Adeline 
Geary Catherine Mrs, widow, res 1713 Adeline 
(nary Charles L, student, res 1713 Adeline 
Geary George, student, res 1713 Adeline 
Geary H K, boots and shoes, 2961 Telegraph ave, res NW 

cor Humboldt and Merced ave 
Geary John, sewer contractor 1172 Broadway, res 1626 

Linden 
Geary Maurice, driver W S & T Co, res 459 Sixth 
Geary Maurice E, employe Nail Works, res 459 Sixth 
Geary Mary Miss, res 1403 Thirteenth 
Geary May Miss, domestic, res cor Excelsior and Lake Shore 

ave 
Geary Sarah Mrs, res 2429 Telegraph ave 
Geary Thomas W, employee S P Co, res 1217 Cypress 
Geary Thomas W Jr, apprentice Robert J Beebe, res 1217 

Cypress 
Geary W P, agt S P Co, Brooklyn Station, res 1713 Adeline 
Geaser John, tinsmith, res 2320 Grove 
Gebhardl Jane Mrs, res 600 Seventeenth 
fieddes Alexander C, propr New York Bakery and Ice 

Cream Saloon, 908 Broadway, res 271 Eighth 
Geddes Peter, driver New York Bakery, res 271 Eighth 
Gedry C, helper Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, res 1713 

Adeline 

Elizabeth Mrs, vest maker M J KELLER, res 362 

Tenth 

P Barton (Barackman & Gee) res 362 Tenth 
ekie James, fireman California Jute Mills 
ekie James, fireman 8 P Co, res 762 Eighteenth 
gax Henry F, carpenter, res Eureka Hotel 
Gehl Louis, cigar maker A A Kraft, res L468 Seventh 
ihlich Bettie Miss, derk, res L464 Thirteenth 
• hr L II, collector, 8 F, res BE cor Fourth and Broadway 
I tahring E, cook, res 51 7 Ninth 

Gehrmatl Herman, laborer, res 1S(>() Division 

Gelardo Giovanni, laundryman Contra Oosta Laundry 

lardo Louis, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
< folder I tavid, res S ">1 Broadway 
Gelder David V, cigar uafr, L261 Ban Pablo ave, rea 957 

Harrison 
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Gellerson Hannah Mrs, widow, res 936 Union 

Gelette Wm D, civil engineer, res 1*22 E Twelfth 

Gelwicks D W Mrs, artist, 504 Thirteenth, res 1009 Madison 

Gelwieks Frances S Mrs, artist, res 1009 Madison 

Gem Saloon, Daniel Ferguson propr, 836 Broadway 

Gern Saloon, Rodgers Bros proprs, 625 E Twelfth 

Gemmell Minnie Miss, res 869 Filbert 

Gemmell Stuart F, plumber James Wilson, res 869 Filbert 

Gemmell William, clerk, res 869 Filbert 

General German School Association, H J Sohst pres, M 

Ongerth prin, Gus Folte sec, 778 Ninth 
Gentry John W, car inspector OCR Co, res 512 Sixth 
Gentry M A Mrs, res 1003^ Broadway 
GENTRY N" K, proprietor and manufacturer of 

Ka-Ti-La Cream, 1003-j- Broadway, res same 
Genung James E (Whalley & Genung) res 529 Sixteensh 
George Amelia Miss, dressmaker, res 1621 Sixteenth 
George Antone, laborer S I- Co, res 720 Chester 
George C L, clerk George W McKeandl, res 519 Eighth 
George Edwin L, expressman, res 533 Twenty-fifth 
George Frank, employe S P Co, res 705 Campbell 
George Henry, carpenter, res 356 Tenth 
George Joseph, boot and shoemaker, SE cor Pine and Sev- 
enth, res 1621 Sixteenth 
George Joseph M, painter, res 1621 Sixteenth 
George Leonard (Sherman, Clay & Co, S F) 1801 E Four- 
teenth 
George Robert H, clerk Oakland Gas, Light and Heat Co, 

res 912 Filbert 
George Samuel, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
Gerald Carlos, res 1132 Linden 
Gerald Marshall N, res 1067 Sixteenth 
Gerald Peter, butcher, res Crawford nr San Pablo ave, 

Golden Gate 
Gercken W F, mainer, res 694 Brush 
Gergens Louis, mill hand, res 1785 William 
Gerhardy Otto, sign writer V P Mitchell, res Bay 
Gerity John B, messenger Sunset Telephone Telegraph Co, 

res 1924 San Pablo ave 
Gerity Sarah Mrs, groceries, 1924 San Pablo ave, res same 
Gerity Thomas, apprentice Fibush Bros, res 1924 San 

Pablo ave 
Gerken Joe, hod carrier, res St John House 
Gerken Peter, driver Gallagher's express, res cor Broadway 
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Gerkin Ernest, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 694 

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Germain A F Mrs, res 1711 William 
Germain Alfred, carpenter, res 704 Webster 
German American Insurance Co, Strong & Co agts, 470 

Ninth 
German Evangelical Church, H Brauer pastor, 1013 Clay 
German Evangelical Lutheran Zion Church, Rev J H 

Theiss, pastor, NE cor Clay and Thirtieth 
GERMAN INSURANCE CO of Illinois, Har- 

raon & Sears, H Griffin's Agency, 958 Broadway 
German Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev Frederick Bonn 

pastor, 528 and 530 Seventeenth 
German Saloon, Gust Williams propr, 1055 Thirteenth ave 
Germandson S P, employe Burn ham-Stan deford Co 
Germania Council No 66, United Friends of the Pacific, 

Germania Hall, 834 Webster 
Germania Hall, 834 Webster 

Germanus David, banker and broker, S F, res 1418 Eighth 
Gernreich Paul F, clerk Gernreich & Thomburgh, res 1476 

Eighth 
Gernreich & Thomburgh (William Gernreich and Morgan 

K Thomburgh) grocers, 1476 Eighth 
Gernreich William (Gernreich & Thomburgh) n 

Eighth 
Gerrish James L, machinist S P Co, res 920 Center 
Gerrish Nellie M Miss, res 920 Center 
Gerrish Wm J, clerk. S F, res 920 Center 
Gerst Frank T, contractor and builder, res 520 Fifth 

•hell Bartlett, fanner, rea 828 Thirtieth 
Getchell Elmira Mr-, re- 7">1 Market 
Getchell Prances A Mi--, re- 57 I Sycamore 
Getchell Frederick, real estate, 469 Ninth, res The Bunswick 
Getchell Henry <;. trimmer <) E L & M Co, res Second 
bel Harrison and Webster 
tchell Lavina R Mrs, rea 574 Sycamore 
Getchell Kan some N", wood and coal, 8E cor Fourth and 

Grove, rea 7~>"» < trove 
Getchell Sumner, carpenter, res 751 Market 

tchell Wim. .-Id .!. derk C M Wrrill. rea 751 Market 
< reorge -l . salesman K asl 's, rea S F 
Gethorn Q II. clerk, 8 F, rea L023 Chester 
i reto Joseph, n - ! 063 E Nineteenth 

bo Manuel, laborer, res L059 E Nineteenth 
Gettinga Lillian D, carpenter, res w - Telegraph ave 
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Geyer Philip, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Ghighone Vincente, gardener, res nr Shell Mound Station 
Ghiozzi Lorenzo, gardener and wine cellar, res 823 Center j 
Ghirardelii A (A Ghirardelli & Co) res 701 Market 
Ghirardelli & Co (A Ghirardelli and A Metastazio) 701 Mar- 
ket 
Ghirardelli G, grocery, cor Myrtle and Fifth, res same 
Ghirardelli Domingo (Ghirardelli & Sons, S F) res 1151 

Poplar 
Ghirardelli Joseph X, chocolate mfr, S F, res 1064 Twenty- 
second 
Ghirardelii Louis, chocolate mfr, S F, res 676 Eighteenth 
Ghiorzo Edward, gardener, res nr Shell Mound Station 
Ghiorzo Guiseppe, gardener, res nr Shell Mound Station 
Giacometti Baptiste, employe Swiss Italian Paste Co, res 

2566 Telegraph ave 
Giacometti Louis, emplove Swiss Italian Paste Co, res 511 

Fifth 
Giamboni Margaret Mrs, widow, res 1714 Seward 
Gibb Al, blacksmith Lebrecht & Lawton, res co rD wight 

Way and San Pablo ave 
Gibb Archibald, carpenter, res 310 Second 
Gibbons Mark F, ship carpenter, res 833 Peralta 
Gibbons Patrick, groceries, wines and liquors, 1473 Seventh, 

res same 
Gibbs Charles, res 817 Seventeenth 
Gibbs Ellen Mrs, principal Garfield School, res 680 Thirtv- 

forth 
Gibbs Ina Miss, employe Cotton Mills, res 1053 Fifth ave 
Gibbs James Alfred, millwright, res 817 Seventeenth 
Gibbs Josiah S, carpenter, res 1721 Chase 
Gibbs Samuel L, genl mdse, 2102 Peralta, res same 
Gibbs V T, general agt, 459 Ninth, res 515 E Eleventh 
Gibbs & Williams (William T Gibbs and G J Williams) 

horseshoers, 958 Franklin 
Gibbs Wm C, adjuster of marine losses, S F, res 154 Third 
Gibbs Wm H, machinist, res 2102 Peralta 
GIBBS WILLIAM T, agent Centennial Copying 
Book and Ink, 459 Ninth, and Gibbs & Williams, res 
515 E Eleventh 
Gibbs Wm T Jr, blacksmith John B Redding, and fireman 

Engine No 2, res 967 Franklin 
Giblin George Jr, bartender, res High St Exchange, Mel- 
rose 
Giblin George, propr High St Exchange, Melrose 



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Gibson A L, employe Lake Merritt Boat House, res same 
Gibson Andrew, laborer Price & Gutterson, res 1726 At- 
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Gibson Edwin F, carpenter, res 489 Prospect ave 
Gibson Elizabeth Mrs, res 1356 Fifteenth 
Gibson Elmer, clerk Scott & Sullivan, res 489 Prospect ave 
Gibson E M Hon, judge superior court, dept 2, res Hayes 

Canyon 
Gibson Everett L, clerk Scott & Sullivan, res 489 Prospect 

ave 
Gibson Howard D W, res 546 Twenty-fourth 
Gibson John, machinist, res 56S E Twentieth 
Gibson Mary Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 

1314 Fifteenth 
Gibson M M Dr, res Redwood Road 
Gibson Robert, carpenter, res 1410 West 
(riltson Wallace J, clerk Dr Pinkerton, res Clarendon 

House 
Gibson Win, expressman, res 1652 Fourteenth 
Gideon Ed G, cook, res 517 Ninth 
(Jidley Josephine Mrs, res 610 Ninth 
GIER & SCHULZE (Theodore Gier and Max 

Schulze) dealers in groceries and provisions, wines, 

liquors, &c, 1247 & 1251 Broadway, tel 359, NE cor 

Third & Linden, tel 261, NW cor Seventh and Adeline, 

tel 372 
I rier Theodore (Gier & Schulze) res 853 Adeline 
Gieriesch Wolfgang, carpenter, res 1179 Sixteenth ave 
GIESCHEN H F, butcher, 466 Eleventh, res 1001 

Webster 
Gieschen House, Mrs Mary Hayes propr, NE cor Sixth and 

Broadway 
Gieschen I, E, bookkeeper II F Gieschen, res Piedmont 
Giece Louis, saloon, 836 Webster, res 1751 Seventh 
Giese L<>ui~. artist, res 1751 Seventh 

-<• Otto, propr West Oakland Hall, S\V cor Seventh and 

Wood, re- 1 75 1 Seventh 
Gilford Arathusa Mi — , res 352 E Fourteenth 
Gifford Edward L, Balesman W W Montague & Co, SF.res 

531 Kennedy 
Gifford Ellen Mrs, rea L259 West 
Gifford <> E Mrs, rea 628 Fourteenth 
Gifford r 1". r< L2 9 Wesi 
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Gilford Seymour C, engineer S P Co, res 261 Henry 

Gifford Wm B, artist, S F, res Chase off Pine 

Gifford Wm L, engineer S P Co, res 861 Henry 

Gifford Wm M, wholesale stock dealer, res 628 Fourteenth 

Gil Hyacinth, carpenter, res 1362 Fifteenth 

Gilardi Louis, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 1413 

Twelfth 
Gilardi Mateo, res 1413 Twelfth 

Gilardin Alexander, teamster, res 1068 E Fourteenth 
Gilardin Alexander J, laborer, res 812 E Fourteenth 
Gilardin Eugene, laborer, res 1068 E Fourteenth 
Gilardin Joseph, plumber J J Casey, res 814 E Fourteenth 
Gilardin Victor, butcher, 1121 Thirteenth ave, res 1068 E 

Fourteenth 
Gilbert Anna S Miss, teacher Mills College, res 1453 Lin- £/} 

den 
Gilbert A C, real estate, cor Eighth and Broadway, res 813 

Harrison 
GILBERT A C & CO (A C Gilbert) real estate 

420 Eighth 
Gilbert Charles, Sterling Furniture Co, S F, res E Thir- 
tieth 
Gilbert Ella M Miss, res 1263 Webster 
Gilbert Hiram, res 1453 Linden 
Gilbert John H, laborer S P Co, res 1727 Twelfth 
Gilbert Kate Miss, teacher, 1263 Webster 
Gilbert Miranda R Mrs, widow, res 1263 Webster 
Gilbert Nels, carpenter, res 865 Henry 
Gilbert Pierre A, music teacher and piano tuner Kohler & 

Chase, res Playter Block H 

Gilbert Rosa Miss, res 961 Clay 

Gilbertson John, agt S F Laundrv, res 594 Thirty-fourth 
Gilbrook M C Mrs, res 558 Third" 
Gilchrist John, surveyor, res 504 Fifteenth 
Gilcrest Frank M, special agt New Zealand Insurance Co, S 

F, res 1123 Linden 
Gilcrest William M, deputy county clerk and clerk superior 

court, res 820 Fifteenth 
Gilham Frank M, res 1122 Eighth 
Gill Aggie Miss, res 258 Fifth 
Gill Edward, nursery, s s Twenty-eighthfbet Myrtle and 

Linden, res same 
GILL EDWARD C, nurseyman Edward Gill, cor 

Twenty-eighth and Linden 
Gill Evan, stair builder, res 866 Campbell 
Gill Frank, res 258 Fifth 



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Fifth 
Gill John, gardener, res 613 E Eleventh 
Gill John, track walker S P Co, res 717 Linden 
Gill John, nurseryman Edward Gill, cor Twenty-eighth and 

Linden 
Gill John F, railroad news agt,res 717 Linden 
Gill Joseph T, jeweler, res 717 Linden 
Gillam Jefferson D, traveling salesman DeAVitt, Kittle & 

Co, 8 F, res 070 E Twenty-third 
Gillan F M, saddler and harness maker, S F, res 112*2 

Eighth 
Gillam Mary Miss, res 985 Campbell 
Gillespie A S, blacksmith, res 73S Myrtle 
Gillespie Jacob, laborer, res 909 Fifth 
Gillespie John, laborer, res 802 Clay 
Gillespie Katie Miss, res 738 Myrtle 
Gillespie Mamie, waitress, The Arlington 
Gillespie Maria, employe California Hosiery Co, res 720 

Fourth 
Gillespie Mary Mrs, its 720 Fourth 
Gillespie Nathan, dome-tic. 1030 Fifth ave 
Gillespie Nellie Miss, res 738 Myrtle 
Gillespie Nellie, waitress, The Arlington 
Gillespie Robert, machinist Oakland Cable Co, res 172" 

Taylor 
Gillett Annie Mrs, res SE Second and Oak 
GILLETT CHARLES E, secretary Oakland Ma- 

Bonic Temple Association, 508Twelfth, res same 
Gilley George, Bea captain, res 957 Pine 
( rillian Frank, res 1 014 Webster 
Gillie John, coachman, res L557 Seventh 
(iilliek Annie, domestic, res 105] Market 
Gillig Fred, tailor M J Ilealy, res Winters Hotel 
Gilligan Annie Mrs, res L67 Seventh 
Gilligan Daniel, laborer S P Co, round house, 

Lydia 
Gilligan Edward, collector Pacific-Street Wharf, 

1 67 Sevenl li 

Gillrgan Edward, clerk, S F,rea 368 Fourth (rear) 
Gilligan Jam irdener, res L67 Seventh 
Gilligan Jai irdener, res 353 Fourth (rear) 

Gilligan .lain.-, laborer, pes 669 E Twelfth 
Gilligan James Jr, polisher City Brass Works, res L67 

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P* Gilligan Nellie Miss, res 167 Seventh 

*£ Gilligan Thomas, tinner Dalziel & Moller, res 167 Seventh 
j Gillin Margaret Mrs, artist, res 501 E Fifteenth 
80 Gillum Benj T, canvasser, res 1746 Filbert 
& Gilman Charles, warehouse, S F, res 170 Ninth 
I Gilman Charles A, mill hand California Door Co, res S F 
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5J Gilman Edward, capitalist, res 170 Ninth 

; Gilman E Mrs, res 170 Ninth 
^ Gilman Philip, res 170 Ninth 

Gilman S M, dentist, Central Block, room 4, res 462 Pros- 
pect 
Gilmartin Charles M, teamster, res 1399 Thirteenth 
r: Gilmartin John, laborer, res 1399vThirteenth 
£T Gilmartin Thomas E, fireman S P Co, res 1399 Thirteenth 
y* Gilmore Annie Miss, compositor Tribune, res 863 Twenty- 
second 
^* Gilmore Edward, student, res 863 Twenty-second 
^J Gilmore Ella Miss, dressmaker, res 863 Twenty-second 
\Ji Gilmore Ellen Mrs, widow, res 863 Twenty-second 
' Gilmore Geo C, upholsterer, 653 Washington 
Gilmore John S ( J S Gilmore & Co) res 863 Twenty-second 
Gilmore Joseph W, agt Wheeler &, Wilson Sewing Machine 
J^> Co, res 270 Seventh 

!> 1 GILMORE J S & CO (John S Gilmore) dry goods 

and fancy goods, 1121 Washington 
pr] . Gilmore M, laborer, res 618 Fifth (rear) 
mi Gilmore Minor C, engineer S P Co, res 865 Center 
~+ GILMORE ROBERT, blacksmith, 268 Twelfth, 
f-« res 1217 Myrtle 

— r—^i Gilmore Thomas, fireman S P Co, res Commercial Union 
Hotel 
Gilmore Thomas, gardener Mrs S G W Baldwin, res 930 

Adeline 
Gilmore Thomas, baggage master S P Co, res 328 E Eighth i 
Gilmore Wm J, railway news agt, res 863 Twenty-second 
Gilmour Christiana Mrs, res 559 Caledonia ave 
Gilmour David, lumberman, res Oakland House 
Gilmour Florence Mrs, res Home for Aged Women 
Gilmour Geo W, foreman Jones & Co, S F, res 59 Valley 
Gilpin Zachray T, city treas and tax collector, City Hall, 
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Gilson Carrie G Mrs, music teacher. - »r Jefferson and 
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Gils iroline Miss, employe Oakland Sanitarium. 

<Z ^ E Fourteenth 

f!j Z Gilson G si leman James Taylor, res 567 E Twelfth 
CE ^ principal Normal and Special Training School. 

^ r Jefferson and Thirteenth, res same 

zp ^ Gil strap Maggie Mrs. widow, res 7 3 Campbell 
l_q Gimm< S wart, plumber G _ ristinan 

Gincosta Autone. candy store E Twelfth and Lake Merril 
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— on Harold, bookki 8 ndard I rrison 

*q kkeeper Standard Oil Co, r» - 

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Q„ innethon J. carpet layer 8 477 Sixth 

2 . -..: . i Nina Mi>s. res 469 Twenty-second 

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^.2 Gladding Flora Miss, res 1001 Adeline 

* g ( Wadding William F, sexton St Paul's Church, res Harrison 

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Glanser Henry, night watchman, res High 
Glanville Laura Miss, res 1271 Eighth 
Glanville Wm, shoe factory, S F, res 1271 Eighth 
GLASCOCK JOHN R, attorney-at-law and mayor 
City of Oakland, rooms 52-55, 969 Broadway, res 829 
Jackson 
Glasheen Edmund, blacksmith OCR Co, res 841 Webster 

H feD Glavin Patrick (Garey & Glavin) res 653 Alice 

' Glaze Andrew J (Glaze Bros) res 1071 Twelfth ave 
Glaze Bros (John Wand Andrew J) butchers, 617 E Twelfth 
Glaze John W (Glaze Bros) res cor 617 E Twelfth 
Gleason D, laborer, S P Co, res Thirteenth and Center 
Gleason Douglas E, baggage master S P Co, res 1459 Thir- 
teenth 
Gleason Harry P Mrs, nurse, 1664 Broadway 
Gleason Harry P, clerk, res 1664 Broadway 
Gleason Mabel Miss, res 1459 Thirteenth 
Gleason Mamie Miss, res 1526 Market 
Gleason Michael J, oakum spinner, res 1526 Market 
Gleason Ruggles, carpenter, res 1459 Thirteenth 
Gleeson John, employe S P Co, res 1823 Goss 
Gleeson Mary Mrs, res 375 Fifth 
Gleeson Wm Rev, rector St Anthony's Church, res 1267 

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! Gleibe George, moulder Oakland Iron Works, res S F 

PS | Gleichman J, cigar maker H Clement & Co, res Galinda 

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f£{ ; Gleiner John F, carpenter, res 1629 Atlantic 

^^ Glenn A G, Columbus Buggy Co, res 1305 Julia 

Zd Glenn Frank W, binder Pacific Press, res 719 Eleventh 

l^g | Glenn James T, real estate 457 Ninth, res 953 Castro 

f£k I Glenn John Q, Columbus Buggy Co, S F, res 1311 Julia 

Glenn William C, agt Columbus Buggy Co, res Twelfth nr 

Railroad ave, Golden Gate 
Glenn William X, emyloye Pacific Press, res 719 Eleventh 
Glennan Essie, fitter Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 1364 
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Glennan Mary, employe Levi Strauss & Co, S F, res 1304 

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Glennan Wm J, treer Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 
1364 Campbell 

GLENS FALLS INSURANCE CO OF 

GLENS FALLS, NY, Harmon & Bears, H Griffin's 
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Glevin Antone, brewer Washington Brewery, res 820 Union 
Glidden Alberl M, ship carpenter, S F, res 2144 Chestnut 
(Hidden Georgie Miss, dressmaker, res 2144 Chestnut 
Glines Byron A. res 664 Eighteenth 
Glines Fred D, clerk Wm J Dingee, res 664 Eighteenth 
Glines II A. druggist II A ('lines & Co, res 979 Cypress 
GLINES H A & CO, (H A Glines) druggists, X\V 
cor Seventh and Center 

ssen William, door maker California Door Co, res Ala- 
meda 
Clover Andrew, clerk Ninth Street Livery Stable, res B70 

Castro 
Glover Clara E Miss, res 1250 Franklin 
Glover Emma Miss, res 202 E Fifteenth 
Glover Henderson I, rancher, res Bray ave, Fruit Vale 
Glover James F, student, res 202 E Fifteenth 
tnes R, surveyor, res 1250 Franklin 
Glover James S, laborer, res 202 E Fifteenth 
rJohn, shoemaker, res 202 E Fifteenth 
Glover Lena Miss, res 202 E Fifteenth 
Louisa Miss, res 202 L Fifteenth 

Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 844 West 
Glover Robert, Ninth Street Livery Stable, 570 Ninth, 

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Glover Robert O, clerk Wells, Fargo <4 Co, res 870 Castro 
Gloy Henry, cigar mfr, 832 Webster, pea 7."> , .» Myrtle 
Gluhan Antone, third cook Posl Office Restaurant, res 17 ( .m» 

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Glunz Anna Miss, res 932 Magnolia 

Glunz Christian, broom mfr, 8 F, Magnolia 

(Jinn/' salesman Christian (Jinn/.. S F, res 1354 

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(dm./ W Albert, clerk, - F, n 3 932 Magnolia 
Glyn Richard, door maker California Door Co, res Mil 

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Goddard Clark L, dentist, S F, res 1326 Chestnut 
Goddard Emlen A, card writer and penman, 871 Broadway 
Goddin Peter, teamster V L Fortin, res American House 
Godegast Henry, cigar maker, res 1640 Telegraph ave 
Godfrey C, longshoreman, res 600 Castro 
Godfrey Dennis, driver Gallagher Transfer Co, res cor New 

Broadway and Twenty-second 
Godfrey George, res 961 Market 
Godson J Mrs, res 702 Eleventh 
Goerke Gottfried, foreman Oakland Brewery, res 1577 San 

Pablo ave 
Goerner A S Mrs, res 811 Isabella 
Goerner Christian, painter, Seventh, res 811 Isabella 
Goetsche Harry, engineer, res 1070 E Twenty-first 
Goetz Henry J R, bookkeeper, S F, res 1313 Eleventh ave 
Goff Harvey Y, drughtsman Charles Mau, res 518 Eighth 
Goff Henry F, engineer tug Lottie, res 278 E Tenth 
Goff J J, carpet laver, S F, res 518 Eighth 
Goff J L Mrs, res 518 Eighth 
Goff Lucius M, engineer S P Co, res 278 E Tenth 
Gohrman Catherine Mrs, res 991 Willow 
Gohrman John C, clerk, res 991 Willow 
Gohsen Charles M, painter, res 1868 Seventh 
Goldberg Benjamin, cutter Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co. 

res 173 Eighth 
Goldberg David, student Sackett School, res 1101 Adeline 
GOLDBERG & HART (William L Goldberg and 
Joseph J Hart) real estate investment and general 
agents Security Building and Loan Association, 469 
Ninth 
Goldberg Isaac, tailor Harris Bros, res 173 Eighth 
Goldberg Louis, res 504 Fifteenth 
Goldberg Morris, capitalist, res 966 E Twenty-seventh, 

Highland Park 
Goldberg Simon, tailor Jos Harris, res 173 Eighth 
Goldberg William L (Goldberg A Hart) res 2258 San Pablo 

ave 
Golden Eagle House, Mrs E H Ranlett propr, 1311 San 

Pablo ave 
Golden Gate Congregational Church, Rev W II Cooke pas- 
tor, cor Thirty-fourth and Adeline 
Golden Gate Hotel, J H Rourke propr, Stock Yards 
Golden Gate Lodge No 56 Switchmen's Mutual Aid Associa- 
tion, meets Fidelity Hall, cor Seventh and Peralto 



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San Pablo and Klinker aves, Golden Gate 

Golden John, res Winthrop House 

Golden Rule Flour Mills, B E Hickok & Son proprs, 411- 
417 Third 

Golden Rule Market, W Cron & Son proprs, 1150 Wash- 
ington 

Golden Rule Restaurant, Mrs B Reynolds propr, 609 E 
Eleventh 

Goldman S, barber C C Busse, res 1895 Telegraph ave 

Goldsborough W L, barber James Washington, res SOS 
Jefferson 

GOLDSMITH HENRY, men's furnishing goods, 
( .M);] Washington, res 462 Twenty-second 

Goldsmith John, driver, res Park ave cor Hollis, Emery ville 

Goldsmith Paul, reporter Eveding Tribune, res Blake House 

Goldson Henry, student, res 1105 Broadway 

Goldson L Mrs, physician and surgeon, 1105 Broadway, res 
same 

Goldstein Maurice, junk peddlar, res -'24. Second 

(Jolly Jjeon, mgr Standard Soap Co, S F, res 1102 Myrtle 

Gomas John K, employe California Jute Mills 

Gomas Manuel, employe California Jute Mills 

Gomee John, laborer, res 1872 Division 

Gomes John, sale-man Harris & Beel, res 361 Tenth 

Gomes John, mill hand California Door Co 

Gomes Mansel, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res cor 
Dalton ave and Green, Stock Yards 

Gomes Manuel, laborer, res 234 Harlan 

Gomes Mary Miss, res cor Dalton ave and Green, Stock 
Yards 
' Marion, laborer, res 162 Second 

Gonzales Prank, laborer, res 686 Twenty-seventh 

Gonzales Manuel, employe California Jute Mills 

( ronzales Manuel, laborer s P Co 

< ronzales Marl in, res L718 Lincoln 
Gonzalez John, laborer, res Prescotl Hou 
Gonzalez Julian, laborer Taylor & Co, res 416 Third 
( ionzalves Joseph, laborer S P Co 

Gonsalves Josef K (Mendonsa & Gonsalves) res 81 1 Castro 

< ronzalves Manuel, laborer S P Co 

>ch John 1 1 . musician, res 1 775 ( rosa 
»od Adam, machinist , ree I 270 Mon n 
Good Annie Miss, laundi I outra Costa Laundry 

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Good John G, house painter, res 1058 Twenty-fourth 

Good Michael, laborer, res 1724 Pacific 

Good Robert W, boots and shoes, San Pablo ave nr Klink- 

ner ave, Golden Gate, res same 
Good Samuel L, machinist, res 1270 Monroe 
Good Thomas, poultry dealer, res 1667 Atlantic 
Good Will Kindergarten, Miss Winnie McFarland princi- 
pal, w s Filbert bet Seventh and Eighth 
Goodall Edwin (Goodall, Perkins & Co, S F) res 1170 Mad- 
ison 
Goode J A, machinist S P Co, res Fruit Vale 
Goodenough Horseshoeing Shop, A McAuley propr, 509 

Eighth 
Goodenough Simon Rev, pastor First Universalist Church 
Goodfellow Bessie Miss, asst directory clerk Oakland post- 
office, res 1353 Webster 
Goodfellow John, laborer S P Co, res 1859 Division 
Goodfellow Kittie Miss, res 1353 Webster 
Goodfellow Mary Miss, tailoress, res 1854 Division 
Goodfellow Mary Mrs, widow, res 1854 Division 
Goodfellow Milton J Mrs, res 1353 Webster 
Goodfellow Thomas, employe S P Co, res 1854 Division 
Goodfellow William S, atty-at-law, S F, res 1363 Sixth ave 
Goodhue Myra Mrs, res 770 Ninth 
Goodman Alexander, glazier, res 803 Jefferson 
Goodman Chas S, mfrs' agt, S F, res 1453 Tenth ave 
Goodman George, artificial stone, S F, res 572 William 
Goodman J, collector A & A Baker, S F, res San Pablo 
Goodman John, harness cleaner Hunt Bros, res 514 Four- 
teenth 
Goodman Mary L Miss, dressmaker, res 617 E Twelfth (rear) 
Goodmunsen I Mrs, widow, res 503 E Twenty-fourth 
Goodrich Addison, machinist, res E Sixteenth bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-fourth aves 
Goodrich E S Mrs, res 1513 Telegraph ave 
Goodrich Frank D, butcher M M Samson, res 161 Third 
Goodrich Sidney E, res 1124 Thirteenth ave 
Goods Thomas, poultry dealer, 1713 Broadway 
Goodsell Dora R Miss, res 456 E Twelfth 
Goodsell Jacob Mrs, res 1517 Eighth 
Goodsell Jake, engineer S P Co, res 456 E Twelfth 
Goodsell Virginia C Miss, res 456 E Twelfth 
Goodsight Lena Miss, domestic C F Schulz, res 819 Castro 
Goodspeed Pembroke, employe S P Co, res 1777 William 
Goodwill Branch of the First Congregational Church, w s 
Filbert bet Seventh and Eighth 



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-£ Goodwin , clerk Broadway, res 1603 Bru-h 

LLi Goodwin Emma Miss, bookkeeper Eiben A: Nor, res ! 
2 Wood 

r— Q Goodwin F J, bookkeeper Pierce & Co, res Brayton Block 
CO 2, Goodwin Frank J, fireman S P Co, re- ,,N 7 Wood 
LxJ <£ Goodwin F W. cooper, res»669 Adeline 
1 r J Goodwin H D. paper hanger E G Russell ct Co, 485 Twen- 






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Goodwin Louise Miss, res 502 Eleventh 



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C0 Goodwin T Melvin, student, res 987 Wood 



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Goodwin William B, special police officer, res 522 Thirty- 
fifth 
Goodwin Wm D, delivery clerk Wm P Wheeler, re- 522 

Thirty-fifth 
Goodwin William F, cooper, Monterey, r I Adeline 

odwin William L, contractor, res 1109 Campbell 
•Id Frances J Miss, res 1013 Linden 
Id Sarah Mr-, re- 1013 Linden 
Goos Peter, carpenter SP< a 1651 Seventh 

Gordan Bros (Robert Gordan) merchant tailor-, and direct 
importers of woolen goods, cor Fourteenth and Broad- 
way 
irdan Robert (Gordan Bros) res S F 
Gordan A I), agl Geys< r Soda Water, s F. res 4S1 Twenty- 
fourth 
Gordon Alex P, gripman < > C R Co, i - $50 [sabella 

rdon Grertrude Miss, res L202 Harrison 
GORDON HARRY F, mai Mutual Fire 

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>rdoB James, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult 
Blind, res same 
Gordan J SG JSG Gordon) real estate and insur- 

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Gorham Mike, res Winthrop House 

Gorman A, painter P Kuss 

Gorman Bessie, domestic, 979 Cypress 

Gorman Charles, paper hanger McGovern & Cahill, res 1613 

Myrtle 
Gorman J F, painter, res 758 Sixth 

Gorman John, helper George Christman, res San Leandro 
Gorham John C, painter, res 823 Kirkham 
Gorham Nellie compositor Pacific Press, res 477 E Eelevnth 
Gorner Christ, house and sign painter, 359 Seventh, res | 

811 Twenty-fourth 
Gorrill Addie Mrs, res The Centennial 
Gorrill Ida H Mrs, widow, res 2431 Piedmont ave 
Gorrell Richard W, bridge contractor, S F, res 1231 Myrtle 
Gorrill Wm H, student, res The Centennial 
Goserud John, boiler maker S P Co, res 1665 Taylor 
Gosling Horace, ship carpenter, res 1269 Twenty-sixth 
Gospel Hall, 1656 Seventh 

Gospel Temperance Home, Robert Cook supt, 1161 Franklin 
Gotchett Caroline, res 955 Seventh 
Gothie John W, machinist, res 992 Willow 
Gott T C Mrs, dressmaking, room 16, 1004 Broadway, res 

same 
Gotte Henry, cleaner S P Co, res 958 New 
Gotterke F W, res 1591 Telegraph ave 
Gottsche John, foreman James Dallas, res 621 Chestnut 
Gottshall Louis (Scotchler & Gottshall) res Berkeley 
Gotzian Josephine Mrs, res 702 Eleventh 
Gough George, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Forty-third cor Salem 
Gough Henry J, laborer, res 1625 Union 
Gough J G, employe Burnham-Standeford Co 
Gough Thomas, saloon, 1701 Adeline, res same 
Gough Thomas, employe city pound, res Twenty-fourth cor 

Adeline 
Gould Abraham F, teamster, res 1666 Lincoln 
Gould A C Mrs, furnished rooms, 869 Washington (Bang 

House) res same 
Gould Charles B (C B Gould & Co) res 1160 Alice 
Gould Edward, flour packer Gould & Williamson, res 1666 

Lincoln 
Gould Henry, coachman Mrs M E Wright, res 1317 Six- 
teenth 
Gould Henry, propr Encinal Flour Mills, res 1666 Lincoln 
Gould Jesse, truckman office Encinal Mills, res 417 Weston 

ave 

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Gould Nelson C, car cleaner S P Co, res 945 Wood 

Gould S Mrs, res 870 Campbell 

Gould Seriah H, merchant tailor, S F, res 855 Twentieth 

Gould W, teamster Gould & Williamson, res 669 Grove 

Gould William H, miller Encinal Flouring Mills, res 659 

Grove 
Gould & Williamson (Henry Gould and Wm Williamson) 

Encinal Flour Mills, 751-753 Washington 
Goulden Ellen Mrs, res 620 Seventeenth 
Goulding Carrie Miss, res 1067 Grove 
Gonvea Manuel, employe California Jute Mills 
Gove Albion B, mariner, res 2439 Piedmont ave 
Gove Charles A, grain inspector, S F, res 1456 Ninth 
Gove Edward B, clerk, S F, res 1014 Chestnut 
Gove Frank L, shipping clerk, S F, res 1213 Chestnut 
Gove John H, hay press mfr, S F, res 1014 Chestnut 
Goverean Wilfred, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 

758 Jefferson 
Gowell Orrin, res 2121 E Fourteenth 
I rowen J S, carpenter S P Co 
Gowen Mary Mrs, res Girard House 
Gowen Sarah Mrs, bakery and notions, 1116 Center, res 

same 
Gowing Flora Miss, res 564 E Sixteentli 
Gowing Geo, machinist, res 564 E Sixteenth 
Gowtsche Katv Miss, domestic, res 216 Thirteenth 
Graber Annie Mrs, res 1321 Fifth ' 
Graber Emma Miss, res 1324 Fifth 
Graber Louis (Westerman & Uo) res L324 Fifth 
Graber Thomas F, attv-at-law, 854^ Broadway and city atty 

Berkeley, res Berkeley 

< rrabner F G, pes 476 Eleventh 

Grabs August, Fulton Market, L783 Seventh, res 1824 < 
Grace Edward, tailor M J KELLER, res Franklin 

Hotel 
Grace Episcopal Church, Rev 1 M Merlin Jones pastoi 

Cleveland ave ur Telegraph ave, res 2428 Telegraph 

ave 

Gracey Eugene W, painter, res .">77 E Eleventh 
Gracey Hatteras S, printer, res 377 E Eleventh 
racey Mary .1 Mrs, res .".77 E Eleventh 

< rracey Samuel, res 377 E Eleventh 

Grady Colman, stone mason, res 1 L03 Third 

Grady Dell, employe California Hosiery Co, res L108 Third 

( rrady Joseph, Btone mason, res 1 1 (,:> > 'Third 

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Grady Michael, laborer, res 1355 Eighteenth 

Grady Theodore, editor Oakland Times, res 853 E Fif- 
teenth 

Graf Louis, employe Oakland Planing Mills, res 510 Eighth 

Graff Catherine Mrs, res 1067 Thirty-second 

Graff Charles J, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
1067 Thirty-second 

Graff Emma Miss, dressmaker, res 1067 Thirty-second 

Graff Herman, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Graff Mary M Miss, clerk Geo F Xeece, res 1067 Thirty-sec- 
ond 

Graff Peter, res 1067 Thirty-second 

Graffelmann Henry, plumber, S F, res 816 Cedar 

Graffelmann Margaret Mrs, res 816 Cedar 

Grafmiller Mary Mrs,, widow, res Hallett ave nr San Pablo 
ave, Stock Yards 

Gragor Wm, teamster, res Second ave nr Clifton 

Graham Mrs, res Home for Aged Women 

Graham Camille Mrs, widow, res 306 Fourteenth 

Graham Catherine M Mrs, widow, res 276 Eleventh 

Graham Cornelius H, student, res Temescal 

Graham E, fireman S P Co, res 802 Wood 

GRAHAM EDWARD J (People's Express Co) 
423 Tenth, res 1011 Pine 

Graham Fred, apothecary John Fearn, res Ross House 

Graham George, livery stable, cor Center and Thirteenth, 
res same 

Graham Harriet E Miss, res 660 Twenty-fifth 

Graham James, expressman, Broadway bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth, res 362 First 

Graham John, carpenter, S F, res 1709 Chase 

Graham John, clerk, S F, res 630 Sixteenth 

Graham John W, bookkeeper W C Price. S F. res 526 Tenth 

Graham Mary Miss, res 660 Twenty-fifth 

Graham Mary Mrs, res 1408 Fifteenth 

Graham Robert, carpenter, res 618 E Seventeenth 

Graham Robert G, cashier S P Co, and trustee Oakland 
Free library, res 1521 Ninth 

Graham Wm H, divil engineer, res 1098 Thirtieth 

Graham W M Mrs, res •*! || »> Fourteenth 

Grain ev Jno, sewer contractor, res 828 Lvdia 

Grainey John F, sewer contractor, res 828 Lydia 

Grainey Joseph E, student, res 828 Lydia 

Grainey Wm J, butcher, res S2S Lydia 

Grainger Alex, res ( .>73 Washington 

Grainger Letitia Mrs. widow, res 1 l . » 1 1 Union 



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Grainger Nettie, titter Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 

1911 Union 
Grainger Sarah Mrs, widow, res 1911 Union 
Grand Army Hall. E Kraft janitor. 419 Thirteenth 
Grand Central House, Mrs Mary M E Horr propr. 475 

GRAND CENTRAL LIVERY STABLE, 

P L White propr. N W cor Twelfth and Webster 
GRAND CENTRAL MARKET, Fred Beck- 
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Grandbois Joseph S, blacksmith, res cor Folsom and Elev- 
enth, Golden Gate 
Grandbois M D, carpenter res ~>60 Franklin 
Grandjean Wm, teacher of French, res 504 Thirteenth 
Grandjeao E Madlle. School of Art and Language - 
Ninth 
andjean Henry, driver S F, $es 1036 Peralta 
tidjean Peter, ivory turner S F, res 1042 Peralta 
Grandona Jessie, machinist California Jute Mills 
Grandona White, mill hand. California Dv res Thir- 

teenth nr Wood 
Graney Ambrose, labon ghteenth 

Graner Char] >r Broadway and Butler 

iatherine, M L368 Eighteenth 

Gra T' m< seal Grange meets first and third Saturday 

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557 Seventh 
Grant Robert T, res 1406 Seventeenth 
Grant School, Miss Elizabeth Powell principal, NE cor 

Broadway and Prospect ave 
Grant William, laborar S P Co 
Grant William M, packer Uentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 

1622 Fourteenth 
Grant Zachariah, hostler Fourteenth-Street Railway Co, res L^l 

1373 Sixteenth 
Grase Joe, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 626 Center 
I Grases James E, men's nurse, res 269 Fifth 
Grases M J Mrs, res 269 Fifth 

I Grassie M Mrs, laundress Mrs C Coin, res 1370 Broadway 
i Grasso D & Co, fruit and vegetables, 870 Washington, res 

408 Seventh 
Grasso Dominico (D Grasso & Co) res 408 Seventh 
Grafting Emil, florist, res 701 Adeline 
' Graul Catherine Mrs, res 1067 Thirty-second 
| Graupner Richard, bartender Gier & Schulze, res cor Union 
and Seventh 
Graves Mrs, res 408 Thirteenth 
Graves Alice M Miss, res 1729 Myrtle 
Graves Anton A, laborer Jndson Manufacturing Co, res 

216 Haven 
Graves Arthur A, clerk Tucker & Co, res 1729 Myrtle 
Graves Geo H, janitor Industrial Home for the Adult Blind, 

res 567 Thirty-sixth 
Graves Henry P, employe OakLand Planing Mill, res 172 ( .» 

Myrtle 
Graves Jennie L Miss, telegraph operator, S F, res 1729 

Myrtle 
Graves Joseph A, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 216 

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Graves Mary A Mrs, res 216 Haven 
Graves Walter E, traveling agt, S F, res 1729 Myrtle 
Graves Walter H, student High School, res 512 Seven- 
teenth 
Graves William H H, sec N P Land and Improvement Co, 

S F, res 512 Seventeenth nr Telegraph 
Gray A Mrs, res 586 Tenth 
Gray Anton, laborer, res 809 E Twelfth 
Gray Archie, cash boy Taft & Pennoyer, res 609 Seven- 
teenth 
Gray Asaph, buyer Safety Nitro Powder Co, S F, res 254 
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Gray Celia Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Gray Clarence IE bookkeeper Coon & Co. S F, res 1300 

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Gray Cormick, res 1171 Sixteenth ave 

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Gray E H, Rev LL D, res 1069 Brus 

ay Elizabeth Mrs. groceries, re? 669 Montgomery 
Gray Emma J Mrs, furniture. 4<;7 and 479 Twelfth, res 467 

'Twelfth 
Gray Ethel Mrs, res 662 E Sixteenth 

Ly Fannie II Mrs, teacher kindergarten, res 754 Tenth 
ray F! enographer S K Gas Light Co, res 

304 Monroe 
< rray < l< clerk, res 5 86 Tenth 

tractor, res L322 Twelfth ai 
Gray _< D, lumber deal 8 Tenth 

Gray Geo B M, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 911 

Myrtle 
Cray Giles IE atty-at-law. S F. rea 754 Tenth 
Cray Harry, draughtsman, re nth 

• Jane tster, res 1171 S Qth a\ 

ay John, switchman S P Co, res 711 Peralta 
Gray John, horse dealer. r< 9 Montgomery 
ty John, teamster V L Fortin, res EOakland 
John, shoe mat -1171 Sixteenth ave 

Gray John J, shoemaker John M L073 Fifteenth 

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Julia Miss, employe U 8 Mint, S F. 72 Tenth 

lis H. teacher, B I' 7 S 

I. ui-a. don \ II Walker, res 317 Fourth i oth 

Mabel T Miss, - - 760 Tenth 
y M mie Miss, dressmaker, res 1171 Sixteenth ave 
Martin L, farmer, res Third nr College ave 
Gray Mai M 675 Tenth 

K Miss, student, rea 1 30 1 Mom 

intone Lijak, res L320 3ao Pablo b 
Gray M M Mi - •• L069 Brush 

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Gray Robert W, agt Standard Sewing Machine, 1167 Wash- 
ington, res 1352 Market 
Gray Robert W, engineer S P Co, res 1367 Thirteenth ave ' 
Gray Roscoe S, stenographer, S F, res 1053 Center 
Gray Samuel, painter, res 1717 Market 
Gray Theodore L, mill hand California Door Co, res S F 
Gray Thomas, teamster, res 1171 Sixteenth ave 
Gray Thomas H, foreman car shops S P Co, res 1304 

Monroe 
Gray Thomas R, mariner, res 355 B 
Gray Willie, cash boy Taft & Pennoyer, res 675 Tenth 
Graylis Stephen, laborer, res 1065 Kirkham (rear) 
Grayson C J Mrs, res cor Ninth and Madison 
Grayson George Mrs, res 714 Fourth 
Grayson George W (Grayson, Owen & Co) res cor Ninth 

and Madison 
Grayson John, hostler, res 358 Orchard 
Grayson Joseph, heater Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 

714 Fourth 
Grayson Lizzie Miss, res 766 Seventh 

Grayson Mamie Mrs, milliner S Silberberg, res 714 Fourth 
Grayson Mary Mrs, res 714 Fourth 
Grayson, Owen & Co (G W Grayson, W J Owen and J W 

Phillips) wholesale butchers, 456 Eighth and Stock 

Yards 
Grayson Robert R, res cor Ninth and Madison 
Grayson Wm, res 714 Fourth 
Graystone (The) Mrs A Gage propr, 418 Twelfth 
Grear A Miss, res 511 Tenth 
Grear B Miss, res 511 Tenth 
Great American Importing Tea Co, Wm Griffing mgr, 1301 

San Pablo ave, Robert Mott mgr, 917 Broadway 
Greathead Cecil B, traffic dept S P Co, S F, res 468 E 

Eleventh 
Greathead Mabel Miss, res 468 E Eleventh 
Greathead Nicholas T, employe S P Co, S F, res 468 E 

Eleventh 
Greaves Grace Miss, dressmaker Mrs H I Wallace, res 762 

Seventh 
Greaves W, employe Dalziel & Moller 
Greaves Wm, tailor, 762 Seventh, res same 
Grebe Wm, cigar maker, res La Clede House 
Greeg A R M, res Fruit Vale av nr Hopkins 
Greeley F, yard clerk S PCo, res 1509 Ninth 
Greeley Robert P M, wood and hay, res 1668 Fourteenth 
Greeley Wiunifred A Miss, res 1668 Fourteenth 

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Green Alonzo, mining, res Fruit Vale Station 

Green Ambrose, laborer, res 1368 Eighteenth 

Green Arthur E, brakeman S P Co, res 1025 Willow 

Green Bozinna P, bricklayer, res 1514 Broadway 

Green CatherineMrs, widow, res 1368 Eighteenth 

Green Catherine Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Green Conrad Rev, pastor Evangelical Association, res 546 

Twentieth 
Green Christopher M, clerk Everts & Co, res 1301 Eighth 
Green Edmund F, mining, S F, res 1317 Jackson 
Green Edward M, artist, S F, res 549 Fortieth 
Green Frank, machine hand, res 721 Fourth 
Green Frank, employe East Oakland Planing Mill, res 

West Berkeley 
Green Fred, employe Oakland Planing Mill, res 1708 Thir- 
teenth ave 
Greer George, laborer, cor Oak and Third 
Green George, boiler maker S P Co, res 316 Tenth 
Green George, painter, res 1765 Atlantic 
Green Harry J, yard master S P Co, res 363 Fourth 
Green Henry, res 726 Myrtle 

Green Isaac, clerk Central Lumber Yard, res 322 Fifth 
Green .1 A, cleaner S P Co, res L364 Tenth 
Green .lanes, porter S P Co, res 111 Seventh 
Green James A. clerk S P Co, res L025 Willow 
Green James G, clerk A II A.ckerman, res S F 
Green Jefferson, laborer S P Co, res 2922 Maple 
Green John, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res L765 

Al laul ic 

Green John, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Com- 
mercial Union Hotel 

en John, concrete walk layer, res LOO^ Franklin 
Green John D, plumber Oel M Sanford, res 1 171 San Pablo 

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( in.-ii John ( ;, Laborer, res 1 813 Union 

Green John J, painter 8 P Co, res 2922 Maple 

Green Joseph, barber Geo Ellis, res Central Garden 

( Jreen Lizzie M iss, res 108 Thirteenth 

Green Lizzie Miss, clerk Rich & Merrick, res 322 Sixth 

(,iv, n Louis, upholsterer C Bchreiber, i l Myrtle 

. ii Milton J, Insurance, res 1 158 Broadway 
en Minnie Miss, milliner L HBriggs, res 408 Thirteenth 

Green Rhoda Mrs, nurse, res L559 Broadway 

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Green Thomas F, res 573 Seventh 

Green Wm, night watchman Fisher & Taylor, res 560 

Franklin 
Green William, laborer, res St Louis House 
Green Wm, laborer, res St Louis House 
Green William, porter, res 571 Third 
Green William nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 151 

Second 
Green W J Mrs, res 322 Sixth 
Greene Carlton W, student, res 1226 Fourteenth 
Greene Geo J, machinist S P Co, res 1366 Eleventh ave 
Greene Geo J Jr, blacksmith, res 1366 Eleventh ave 
Greene H E E, conductor S P Co, res 1558 Seventh 
Greene Mabel E Miss, res 1226 Fourteenth 
Greene Susan Mrs, widow, res 219 Twelfth 
Greene Wm E, judge superior court, dept 1, res 1226 

, Fourteenth 
Greenebaum William, commercial traveler, res 717 Tenth 
Greenebaum W B, watchmaker and jeweler, 860 Washing- 
ton, res 717 Tenth 
Greenhood Bennett, grocer, res 816 Fifteenth 
Greenhood Jacob (Greenhood & Moran) res 1463 Telegraph 

ave 
Greenhood Joseph M, groceries, 952 Twenty-fourth, res 

same 
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GREENHOOD MAX & CO (Max Greenhood) 

dry goods and fancy goods, 1017 Broadway 
Greenhood & Moran (Jacob Greenhood and James T 
Moran) clothing and furnishing goods, 1019 Broadway 
Greenhood Rhoda Miss, saleslady Sol Greenhood, res 633 

Fourteenth 
Greenhood Sol, fancy goods, notions and trimmings, 1157 
Broadway, res 633 Fourteenth 



ml £j Greenlaw Chas E, painter, res 967 Washington 
JJflJ \C Greenlaw Harvey, teamster Cape Ann Bakery, res r>()r> 
Eleventh 
Greenleaf Adeline Mrs, res The Centennial 
Greenleaf John B, teamster, res 1625 Eighth ave 
Greenleaf Joseph L, stencils, S F, res Butler ave, Golden 

Gate 
Greenleaf William C, res Butler ave, Golden Gate 
Greenlin Mary A Mrs, res 372 E Eleventh 

Greenman , employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

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Greenman Ella E Mrs, teacher Durant School, res 1217 
Sixth ave 

Greenough Charles C, (Smith, Greenough & Co,) 857 Wash- 
ing gton, res 1946 Linden 

Greenwald Frank, patrolman, res 1731 William 

Greenwood Fred, plasterer, res 565 Eleventh 

Greenwood James, tailor, res 1267 Wesi 

Greenwood W, res Winthrop House 

Greer Jerome B, Bay City Dairy, res SW cor Twenty-fifth 
and Broadway 

Greeves F A, painter Farwell & Russell 

Gregg Miss, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res 1719 
Eighth 

Gregg A J, stair builder, res 171U Eighth 

Gregg Joseph, employe S P Co, res 1873 William 

Gregg Mattie A Miss, compositor Christian Independent, res j 
990 Willow 

Gregg William, emyloye S P Co, res 1873 William 

dreggy John, gardener Industrial Home for the Adult 
Blind, res same 

Gregory Blanche Miss, student, res 458 E Eleventh 

Gregory Effie B Miss, student, res 153 E Nineteenth 

Gregory E McC Mrs, rea 533 Knox 

Gregory Francis B, res 153 E Nineteenth 

Gregory II E Mrs, res 533 Knox 

Gregory Henry P (II P Gregory & Co, S F) res 533 Knox 

Gregory James B, res 153 E Nineteenth 

Gregory William, mining, res 13S-1 Franklin 

Gregory Wm F, clerk SP Co, res 861 Campbell 

Gregory Wm II. res 158 E Eleventh 

Grellman Gust, paper hanger, res 624 Second 

Gremke Henry F. res 530 Thirty-eighth 

Gremke Lizzie Miss, res 530 Thirty-eighth 

Gremke Richard, artist, res 530 Thirty-eighth 

Green hall , res Twelfth nr Railroad ave, Golden Gate 

Gressle] Charles A. barber and oculist, 707 E Twelfth, res 
9a in e 

Greub Charles, blacksmith, res Dalton ave qi Ban Pablo 
ave, < tolden < kite 
lub Eugi ni.i Miss, pes Dalton ave ur San Pablo ave, Gol- 
den ( late 

Greub John, milk dealer, res Dalton ave nr San Pablo ave' 
Gold e n G a te 

Greub Otto G, instrument maker, S r. res Dalton ave nr 
hi Pablo rolden < tat 

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nr San Pablo ave, Golden Gate 
Greub Sophie Miss, res Dalton ave nr San Pablo ave Golden 

Gate 
Greve Charles, driver Krattiger & Muller, res E Oakland 
Grega Manuel, laborer, res 724 Henry 
Gribble Charles, laborer S P Co, res 726 Union 
Gribble John T, res 2240 Adeline 
Griep Ellen, domestic, res 1214 Filbert 
Grieser John, shoemaker, 420i Eleventh, res same 
Grieves Frank A, painter, res 1788 Seventh 
Grieves Matthew, cleaner S P Co, res 1788 Seventh 
Grieves Wm, pile driver, res 1788 Seventh 

Griffin , carpenter W T Veitch 

| Griffin Benj, clerk J S Gilmore & Co, res Blake House 
Griffin Carlos P, door maker California Door Co, res 1161 

Peralta 
Griffin Charles D, mining engineer, res 1379 Jackson 
| Griffin C R, agt M J KELLER, 1007-1009 Broadway 
Griffin Daniel, harness maker Daniel O'Keefe, res 621 E 

Twelfth 
Griffin Edwin, brakeman S P Co, res 1718 Chase 
Griffin Erick M, mill hand California Door Co, res 664 

Eighteenth 
Griffin Frank W, res 1379 Jackson 
GRIFFIN H, insurance agency (HARMON & 

SEARS) 958 Broadway 
Griffin James, s ip carpenter, res 1211 Seventh 
Griffin J D, engineer S P Co, res 1314 Eighth 
Griffin Jessie Mrs, res 602 Eighteenth, E Oakland 
Griffin John D, engineer N P R R, res 1314 Eighth 
Griffin Leander, res 1161 Peralta 

Griffin L R Mrs, teacher High School, res 566 Eleventh 
Griffin Malinda C Mrs, nurse, res 1314 Eighth 
Griffin Martin C, carpenter, res s s Sherman ave nr Tele- 
graph ave 
Griffin Mary K Miss, res 1379 Jackson 
Griffin Maurice E, res 1379 Jackson 
Griffin Michael, laborer S P Co, res 888 Cedar 
Griffin M J, driver Log Cabin Bakery, res 2075 San Pablo 

ave 
Griffin Patrick Rev, asst rector Church of the Sacred Heart 

of Jesus, res Fortieth bet Grove and West 
Griffin S E Mrs, widow, res 1379 Jackson 
Griffin Thomas, bookkeeper Golden Gate Chemical Works, 

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Z Griffin Wm F, carpenter, res 563 E Sixteenth 

Griffin William, clerk, res 261 Ninth 

Griffing Wm, mgr Great American Importing Tea Co, S F, 
res 1935 Broadway 

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Griffith Edward, candy maker C Coiner & Co, res 542 

Twentieth 
Griffith Wm A, carpenter, res 542 Twentieth 
H O Griffiths Allen, dentist, S F, res 1009 Cypress 

Griffiths David D, civil engineer S P Co, res 1514 San 

Pablo ave 
Griggs Charles E, foreman composing room Pacific Press, 

res 1003 Chester 
I Griggs Ensign, res 1003 Chester 
i Griggs Julia Mrs, dressmaker, res 1003 Chester 
yr* Grigsby Byron L, student, res 1217 Market 
, Grigsby Erasmus D, ranch owner, res 1217 Market 

^' Grigsby Laura S Miss, res 1217 Market 
Grigsbv Lillie J Miss, stenographer Carey Howard, res 
1217 Market 
H| Grigsby Warren M, student, res 1 217 Market 
Grimaud Rosine, laundress Mme Chaplain, res Sunnyside 
— House 

^^ Grimaud Virgile, tailor, 317 E Twelfth, res same 
^^ Grimelman Frederick, saloon, S F, res Todd, Lorin 
kdj Grimes Everett M, Napa Valley Wine Co, S F, res cor E 

S Fourteenth and Fifth ave 

Grimes Harry, cash boy Taft & Pennoyer, res 423 Sixth 
Grimes Howard A, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res 423 
Sixth 
^ Grimes Thad K. salesman Dalziel A Moller, res 1278 Fourth 

j^ l Grimm August, tanner J S Derby, res 1276 Seventeenth ave 
l^^j Grimme Charles, clerk Shehan Bros, and extra man Engine 

WCo No 2, res 413 Ninth 
Grimwood A I>. mgr California Title, Trust and [nsurance 
Co, 21". Sjiiixiiin', S F, res c(ir K Fourteenth and Ade- 
line 
H Grimwood Charles, student, res cor E Fourteenth and Ade- 
line 
WGrindley .1 II, rea 77<; Tenth 
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( Jripp Emma Miss, rea 77 1 Eleven! 
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Grisel George, machinist, S F, res Eleventh nr Railroad ave, 
Golden Gate 

Griser John, shoemaker, res 420 Eleventh 

Griswold Charles P, auditing clerk S P Go, res 1375 Eighth 

Griswold J H, supt Contra Costa Laundry, res cor Kirk- 
ham and Fourteenth 

Griswold Martha Mrs, res 1614 Eighth 

Groats Emma, domestic, 1019 Filbert 

Groenert Frank, gardener Charles Haselbacher, res same 

Groff Charles, painter, res 714 Castro 

Groff Gus, painter, res 714 Castro 

Grogan James, shoemaker, res 660 E Fifteenth 

Grogan William, res 1616 Seventeenth 

Grogan Wm, res 317 Third 

Grondona Carl, vegetables, res Thirteenth nr Wood 

Grondona Dominico, gardener, res Thirteenth nr Wood 

Grondona Jesse, fireman California Jute Mill, res Wood nr 
Thirteenth 

Grondona Joseph, engineer,~res Wood nr Thirteenth 

Grondona Joseph, coffee roaster, S F, SW cor Wood and 
Thirteenth 

Grooth Charles, engineer, res 1S13 Goss 

Gros Henry, jeweler California Jewelry Co, res 1685 Eighth 

Grosjean Chas, foreman Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 518 
Third 

Gross Anita Miss, res 1340 Kirkham 

Gross Anton, student, res 1334 Kirkham 

Gross Charles W, carpenter, res 1334 Kirkham 

Gross Charles W (Gross & Reichert) res 806 Grove 

Gross Emma Miss, res 1340 Kirkham 

Gross George E, marble cutter Wm Gross, res 1340 Kirk- 
ham 

Gross Joshua F, repairer S P Co, res cor Chase and Wood 

GROSS & REICHERT (Charles W Gross and John 
A Reichert) mattress makers and upholsterers, 461-3 
Fourth 

Gross William G C, Monumental Marble Works, 855 
Franklin, res 1340 Kirkham 

Grosshans John D, groceries, wines and liquors, 1300 Tele- 
graph ave, res same 

Grossmayer M H, S F, res 1453 Telegr iph ave 

Grosso C, carriage and wagon blacksmith, 555 Fourth, res 
same 

Groth John, barkeeper Jno C Behrmann, res 367 Franklin 

Grotheer Frederick, deck hand steamer Oakland, res 1328 
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Grothees J P, coat maker M J KEIjIiEE, res Eureka 
Hotel 

Grove Ambrose, special police officer, City Hall, res 653 
Washington 

Grove Edwin D, student, res 545 Twenty-fourth 

Grove Louise Miss, teacher Cole School, res 546 Twenty- 
fourth 

Grove Samuel E, bookkeeper Dewey & Co, res 810 E Fif- 
teenth 

Grove-Street School, Mrs M D Standeford principal, Grove 
bet Fourth and Fifth 

Grove Will C, student G W Rodolph, res 546 Twenty-fourth 

Grover Carrie, domestic, Walter J Mathews, res 312 Thir- 
teenth 

Grover Henry, gardener Wm Clift, 1547 San Pablo ave 

GROVES REUBEN, nurseryman and florist, Shell 
Mound Station 

Grow Ambrose, horse shoer, Michael Sullivan, res 653 Wash- 
ington 

Grub Charles, blacksmith Frederick & Arth, res Golden 
Gate 

Gruening Fred E, tailor T Hallahan, res 512 Ninth 

Gruettner Daniel, gardener, res Fifth ave cor E Twenty- 
second 

Grummett James, watchman Industrial Home for the Adult 
Blind, res w s Telegraph ave nr Thirty-ninth 

Grunewald Michael, saloon s -" s Washington, res same 

Gruning F E, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res 512 Ninth 

Grush Henry, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry, res 1413 
Fifteenth 

Guard Reginald T, freight agl J D Spreckles & Bros,S F,res 
L059 Eighth a 

Guardia Christofora Colombo Society. Joseph Polcia ti 
meets 1 1 6 Eighth 

GUARDIAN ASSURANCE CO. Alameda 
County Branch. A L Stone manager, L106 Broadway 
pard Paul, propr Si Louis Restaurant and Hotel. 51] 
Third 

Guest HL Mi 1717 Chestnut 

Guider Mrs, ironer Contra Costa Laundry, res 1355 Eigh- 
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Guild David, iron moulder 8 F. lee 117 Helen 

Guion C D M Mi- res 927 Filberl 

Guizo Ramori, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Gulbiefl Otto employe Prank Rudolph, 697 Twenty-sixth 

Guldnei Herman, gardener, res 363 Orchard 



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Guillixson Louis, bookkeeper Independent Planing Mills, 
res 1056 Third 

Gulnomo John, sash maker California Door Co, res 1263 
Cypress 

Gum Willis E, painter Elbert Olney, res 562 Seventh (rear) 

Gums John, laborer, res 1872 Division 

Gunderson Dina Miss, yes 962 Thirty-fifth 

Gunderson Sophie Mrs, res 118 Eddie 

Gundlach Frederick, confectioner S F, res 1771 Lincoln 

Gunn Charles T, watchman Eagle Box Factory, res 823 Isa- 
bella 

Gunn George W, mariner, res Adeline nr Sutter, Golden 
Gate 

Gunn Gertrude Miss, res 912 Sixth ave 

Gunn John, res Beulah Park, Brooklyn 

Gunn Mary A Mrs, res Adeline nr Sutter, Golden Gate 

Gunn Nina Miss, res 1064 Fourteenth 

Gunn Robert, res 912 Sixth ave 

Gunnip Felix, painter, res N W cor Forty-second and Tele- 
graph 

Gunnip John, groceries, wines and liquors, NW cor Forty- 
second and Telegraph, res same 

Gunterman Alice Miss, compositor, res 1510 Seventh 

Gunterman Henry, fruits, candies, &c, 1510 Seventh, res 
same 

Gunterman Wm, candy maker, res 1510 Seventh 

Gunther F A, music teacher, res 1770 San Pablo ave 

Guppy Alonzo R, civil engineer, S F, res 1266 Eighth 

Guppy Ella A Miss, student High School, res 1266 Eight!) 

Guppy Roy T, student High School, res 1266 Eighth 

Gurnett A* J, clerk, S F, res 464 Twentieth 

Gurnett Albert G, stock broker, S F, res 1278 Fourth ave 

Gurnett Byron, clerk McGovern & Cahill, res cor Twenty- 
first and Telegraph ave 

Gurnett E Mrs, res 481 Twenty-first 

Gurnett Lincoln G, bookkeeper California Paper Co, res 464 
Twentieth 

Gurnett Wm J, stock broker, S F, res 464 Twentieth 

Gurnett Wm J Jr, piano tuner, S F, res 464 Twentieth 

Gushee George, blacksmith helper S P Co, res 833 Camp- 
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Gustafson Alfred, carpenter Independent Planing Mills, res 
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Gustafson Charles, dcor maker California Door Co, res 
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Gustafson Gus, laborer, res 1569 Fifth 

Gustafson Matilda, domestic, cor Fifth ave and E Four- 
teenth 
Gutierrez Candido, real estate and mines, res 272 Eleventh 

Gutterson , clerk, S F, res 619 Eighteenth 

Gutterson Arthur L (Price & Gutterson) bookkeeper Pacific 

Bank, S F, res 952 Myrtle 
Gutterson Fred S, musician, res 952 Myrtle 
Guy Wm, sand stone carver, res 810 Campbell 
Gwynneth Elizabeth F Mrs, res 519 E Fourteenth 



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Haar Herman, clerk, res 1470 Seventh 
Haas G W, tinner, res 734 Henry 
Haas Jennie Miss, res 734 Henry 

Haas Peter, driver Brooklyn Brewery, res 879 E Fourteenth 
Haas* S A, bookkeeper, S F, res 814 Sixteenth 
Haberlin James J, repairer S P Co, res 1813 Goss 
Haboya Marco, dairyman, res 609 Adeline 
Hack John, electrician S P Co, res 509 Natoma, S F 
Backetl Edward, res 1303 Jackson 
Backetl Henry, employe S P Co, res 17S7 Seventh 
Backetl .lame-, bricklayer, res 1006 Twenty-fourth 
Backetl John, dredger, res :)06 Fourteenth 
Backetl John 1 !, brake man S P Co, res 649 Campbell 
Hacketf Lindsay 8, yard master 8 P Co, rea 820 Wood 
Backetl M Mrs, res 1006 Twenty-fourth 
Backetl Maggie Miss, rea 1006 Twenty-fourth 
Backetl Etosie Miss, button hole maker, res 1006 Twenty- 
four! h 
Backetl 8 A. dentisl I L Balsey, res 272 Eleventh 
Backley Samuel, machinist, 8 F, rea 779 Sixth 
Backworth J, bookkeeper, rea 613 Ninth 
Bading Mat, rea Winthrop Bouse 
Badley Arthur E, printer. 8 V. rea s »'»l Twentieth 
Badley E Mr-, rea 821 Adeline 
Badley Marls I., genl agj Pacific Writing Telegraph Co, 

11 I California, 8 I', rea The Graj stone 
Badley R Frank, carpenter, rea 864 Twentieth 
Badley T E, B 1'. rea L311 Clay 
Badlich Frederics Mrs, widow, rea 541 Thirty-eighth 
Badlich Louis, candy miV, s I 541 Thirty-eighth 

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Haelke Clara Miss, res 1466 Grove 

Haelke Helwig L, landscape gardener, res 1466 Grove 

Haelke Laura Miss, res 1466 Grove 

Haesloop Frederika Mrs, widow, res 950 Kirkham 

Hafey Mar}' Miss, domestic, res 1304 Franklin 

Hagan Peter A, sewer contractor, res Fortieth bet Market K* 

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Hagar Edward C, bookkeeper Oakland Bank of Savings, res ©= ^ 

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Hagarty John, cake baker Log Cabin Bakery, res 2075 San 

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Hageman Edward, longshoreman, res 604 Filbert 
Hageman P M, commission merchant, res cor Park and 

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Hager Carl, driver, S F, res 2 Maple 
Hager C E, laborer S P Co, res 1756 Seventh 
Hager Fred L, clerk Lewis N Hager, res 2814 Telegraph ave 
Hager George D, carpenter, res 925 Thirty-fifth 
Hager James, passenger director S P Co. res 1474 Ninth 
Hager James, laborer S P Co o 

HAGER LEWIS N, livery stable, wood and coal, 

hay and grain, 2814 Telegraph ave, res same, telephone 

9l! 7 bells 
Hagertv J D, grocer, res 674 E Twenty-third 
! HAGGERTY DANIEL, fruit, poultry, fish and 

game, NE cor Seventh and Wood, res 721 Myrtle 
Haggerty George, gripman OCR Co, res 1625 Grove 
Haggerty John, laborer, res 709 Washington 
Haggerty John, res Winthrop House 
^ S Haggerty Julia Mrs, widow, res 709 Washington 
' Haggerty L, cleaner S P Co 
Haggerty Mamie, employe California Hosiery Co, res 709 I P * 

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V k Haggerty Michael, clerk D Haggerty, res 721 Myrtle 

I >^ Haggerty Patrick, asst blacksmith W S & O T"Co, res 721 

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Hagstrome Charles E, laborer S F, res 1219 Fourteenth 



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Hahn Emil J, driver Contra Costa Laundry, res 1940 Lin- 
den 
Hahn Henry, capitalist, res 1662 Seventh 
Hahn Henry C Jr, engineer S P Co, res 1662 Seventh 
Hahn Henry E, tailor, 957 Franklin, res same 
Hahn Henrietta, res 1662 Seventh 
Hahn James D, tailor, res 308 Tenth 
Hahn John G, laborer, res 1164 Thirty-second 
Hahn William A, painter and sign writer, 308 Tenth, res 

same 
Haiden Fredericks Mrs, res 239 Harlan 
Haight A E Mrs, res 1201 Alice 
Haight H H, res 1201 Alice 

Haile F E, employe Burnham-Standeford Co, res Alameda 
Haines Chas D, clerk Academy of Science, S F, res 1004 

Ninth ave 
Haines Charles W, farmer, res 277 Tenth 
Haines E A, farmer, res 277 Tenth 
Haines Harriet L Mrs, res 1004 Ninth ave 
Haines Harry H, student Oakland High School, res 1360 

Brush 
II ai ncs John J, farmer, res 277 Tenth 
Haines Joseph D, electric pen writing, S F, res"1004 Ninth 

ave 
Haines Kate Mrs. furnished rooms, res 967 Washington 
Haines S J, agt M J KELLER, L007 and ion!) Broad- 
way 
Haines Thornton \\\ farmer, res 277 Tenth 
Haines Bertha Mrs, nurse, res 957 Campbell 
Hair .Line-, bronzer Hal/id & Moller, res 503 Eleventh 
Hair Samuel, plumbing and gasfitting, 960 Seventh, res 

L087 Third 
Hairs ton Josephine Mrs, res L604 Atlantic 
Hair-ton Thaddeus V. porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 

: Webster 
Haisler < lharles, waiter Smitb A ( '<>. res 919 Jefferson 
Haisler Edward, waiter Smith A' <'<>. res 919 Jefferson 
Haker Wm .1-. merchant S 1". res L303 Thirteenth ave 
Hakes Maggi< Mrs, nurse Wesl Oakland Home, res 973 

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Hal be r! Hugh Jr, foreman New York Stables, res L213 

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Hal be r I William, railway mail clerk, S F, pes L368 Frauklin 
Haldane Wm. carpenter s P Co, res 966 Third 
I Lddv Margan i M iss, res s J7 I [< nr\ 
Hale A M. clean< rSPl !o, res 991 Wood 



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Hale Edward F, Bystol Bay Canning Co, Alaska, res 864 

Peralta 
Hale Harry, res 69 Bay 
Hale J C, res 585 Hobart 
Hale Lester M, clerk Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 1107 Tenth 

ave 
Hale Lizzie Miss, res 1107 Tenth ave 
Hale Rebecca Mrs, widow, res 1107 Tenth ave 
Hale Samuel, carpenter, res 991 Wood 
Hale Thomas, steward Union Hotel 
Hale Titus, dairyman, res 864 Peralta 
Hale Wm, plumber S P Co, res 1724 Twelfth 
Hale William, capitalist, res 864 Peralta 
Hale Wm E, Sheriff Alameda County, res 1212 Castro 
Hale Wm H, plumber S P Co, res 1715 William 
Hales Digby, res 1410 Adeline 
Haley Ben, clerk Harrison & Boyce 
Haley Patrick, wharfinger, res 814 Brush 
Haley Stephen, employe Gas Co, res 1173 Third 
Haley W W, res Blake House 

Hall Agnes, mender California Hosiery Co, res 614 Seven- 
teenth 
Hall Annie Miss, res 1609 Seventh 
Hall Anthony, engineer S P Co, res 1158 Union 
Hall Benjamin, capitalist, res 366 Prospect 
Hall Carrie Miss, milliner Mrs R Mott, res Ross House 
Hall Charles E, towerman S P Co, res 1059 Wood 
Hall Charles, salesman F R Stevenson &Co, res Ross House 
HALL & EARL (Samuel P Hall and Guy C Earl) 

attorneys-at-law, rooms 17, 18, 19, 957 Broadway 
Hall Edward, teamster, res High, Melrose 
Hall Edward L, collector Home Mutual Insurance Co, S F, 

res 602 E Fourteenth 
Hall Edward M, stock broker, S F, res 1257 Jackson 
Hall Eppie M Miss, res 568 Seventeenth 
Hall E T, agt M J KELLER, 1007 and 1009 Broad- 
way 
Hall F J, cleaner Oakland Pier, res 176S Division 
Hall Florence Miss, operator- W U T Co branch, 900 

Broadway, res "2071 Webster 
Hall Francis W, laborer, res 195 Twenty-third ave 
Hall Frank B, engineer S P Co, res cor Avoy ave and Lusk 
Hall Frank J, laborer S P Co, res 1672 Lincoln 
Hall Frank T, student Sackett School, res 2203 West 
Hall Fred W, atty-at-law, S F, res 354 E Fourteenth 
Hall George, clerk, S F, res 138 Helen 



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Hall George M, employe S P Co, res 727 Chester 

Hall George W, employe S P Co, res 572 Ninth 

Hall Harry E, mfrs' agt, S F, res 1227 Myrtle 

Hall H E Mrs, res 1601 Telegraph ave 

Hall Henry C, painter, res 1014 Webster 

Hall Henry M, clerk A Jonas & Bros, res 1361 Twelfth 

Hall I K, traveling salesman Terrill & Co, S F, res w s 

Broadway bet Columbus ave and Vernon 
Hall J A, employe S P Co, res 727 Chester 
Hall Jacob A, employe S P Co, res 727 Chester 
Hall James (Crummy & Hall) res S F 
Hall James, carpenter S P Co, res 1717 Twelfth 
Hall Jennie Miss, res 1257 Jackson 
Halll Job, cleaner S P Co, res 1451 Seventh 
Hall John, laborer, res 423 Second 

HALL JOHN A, grocer, 1361 Twelfth, res same 
Hall John S (J T Hall & Co) res 1555 San Pablo 
Hall Joseph, res 1216 Chestnut 
Hall Joseph, shoemaker, res 661+ Seventh 
Hall Joseph L, supt Alameda Macadamizing Co's quarry, 

res same 
Hall J T & Co (John T Hall) druggists, 1451 San Pablo ave 
Hall Leon E (Bloom & Hall) res 1246 San Pablo ave 
Hall L F, gripman C R Co, res 669 Twenty-third 
Hall Mamie D Miss, res Lusk ave bet Thirty-ninth and! 

Fortieth 
Hall Marian P Miss, res 1041 Poplar 
Hall Maiv Mrs, res 614 Seventeenth 

Hall Mary I) Mrs, res Lusk ave bet Thirty-ninth and For- 
tieth' 
Hall Norman \\\ clerk and ticket agt S P Co, res w - Broad- 
was bel Columbus ave and Vernon 

Hall Otho, insurance clerk, 8 F, rea 635 Fourteenth 

Hall Pauline Miss, res 966 Kirkham 

Hall of Records, e - Broadway bel Fourth and Fifth 

Hall Robert, music teacher, rea 2236 Elm 

Hall Robert, salesman, rea L95 Twenty-third ave 

Hall R R, painter Elberl Plney, rea L308 Telegraph ave 

Hall Samuel, carpenter, rea 229 Louisa 

Hall s A Douglas, helper Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
1361 Twelfth 

Hall Samuel P (Hall & Earl) atty-at-law, res L184 Four- 
teenth 

Hall T D, medical institute, 152 Eighth, res 1 166 Broadway 

liall Thomas, butcher Hey Roberts, rea 569 Twenty-second 



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Hall Thomas W, D D S, dentist, 1104 Broadway, res 2203 

West 
Hall William, foreman Crummy & Hall, res 1715 Filbert 
Hall William, carpenter, res 842 Twenty-ninth (rear) 
Hall William, laborer S P Co, res 1710 Twelfth 
Hall Wm, driver J R Mott 
Hall Wm H, painter S P Co, res 1823 William 
Hall Wm H, taxidermist, res 602 E Fourteenth 
Hallahan Aleck, tillerman H and L No 1, res 470 Sixth 
HAILAHAN BROS, (Thomas and Geo D Halla- 
han) restaurant, 854 Broadway 
Hallahan D J, letter carrier, res 865 Harrison 
Hallahan Eliza Mrs, res 712 Third 
Hallahan Florence, merchant tailor, 954 Broadway, res 856 

Harrison 
HALLAHAN GEO D (Hallahan Bros) res 839 

Franklin 
Hallahan John, res 529 Third 
Hallahan Katie Miss, employe California Hosiery Co, res 

529 Third 
Hallahan Michael J, painter, res 1809 Grove 
HALLAHAN THOMAS, (Hallahan Bros) res 

junction Thirtieth, Market and San Pablo ave 
Halle H, deck hand steamer Alameda, res 655 Washington 
Haller J P, supt salmon cannery, res 1461 Ninth 
Haller R G Mrs, res 864 Peralta 
Halleren John, laborer, res 1811 Grove 

Hallett, Bartlett & Dalton (G H Hallett, Pliny Bartlett and 
P E Dalton) proprs Contra Costa Laundry Association, 
cor Fourteenth and Kirkham, office 857 Broadway and 
56 Sacramento, S F 
Hallett Charles O, salesman, S F, res 1472 Twelfth 
Hallett Ella Miss, res 1222 Cypress 
Hallett John, laundryman Contra Costra Laundry 
Hallett Thos A, master mariner, res 1330 Adeline 
Halliden Dennis, employe Chieftain Livery Stable, res 830 

Linden 
Halliday Wm, book agt, res 1416 Fifteenth 
Hallo-ran James, laborer S P Co, res West Oakland House 
Halloran Michael Mrs, res Charter Oak Hotel 
Halloran Morris, laborer, res 732 Chester 
Hainan Wm C, finisher City Brass Works, res 473 Fourth 
Halpiri A Mrs, res 1820 Atlantic 

Halpin Dennis, gardener, 569 Twenty-second, res same 
Halpin John J, employe Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, 
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Halpin M J, jeweler, S F, res 1820 Atlantic 

Halpin Robert P, brakeman S P Co, res 1820 Atlantic 

Halsey Gertrude E Miss, res 178 Tenth 

HALSEY I S, dentist, 1055 Washington, rooms 5-6, 
res 178 Tenth 

Halsey Kate A Miss, res 178 Tenth 

Halsey Wilbur H, asst I H Halsev, res 178 Tenth 

Halsted James M, incubator mfr, res 1312 Myrtle 

Halverson Annie Miss, res 1226 Thirtieth 

Halverson John, carpenter, res 1226 Thirtieth 

Ham Hattie Mrs, res 865 Center 

Ham H H Mrs, res 1409 Tenth 

Ham John, waiter, res Webers Hotel 

Ham Lily Miss, student, res 1409 Tenth 

Hamann August, butcher Rice & White, res 1057 Webster 

Hamann Bessie Miss, res 1057 Webster 

Hamb Margaret, domestic W Metcalf, res cor College and 
Vernon aves 

Hamb Katie E Miss, res 911 Adeline 

I Iamb Wm J, driver hose cart Fire Co No 5, res 833 Thir- 
tieth 

HambletoD Harry, apprentice Tribune, res 317 Third 

Hambleton James, laborer, res 170 Sixth 

Hamblin Alice M Miss, res 887 Twenty-seventh 

Hamblin Hattie J Mrs, widow, rea sS 7 Twenty-seventh 

Hambly Annie M Miss, rea 1653 Telegraph ave 

Ham bright John J, bookkeeper H Schellhaas, res 1307 Jef- 
fersoD 

Hambrighl Katie Miss, dressmaker, res 1307 Jefferson 

I [ambrighl Lizzie M iss, asst bookkeeper, res 1307 Jefferson 

Hamburg-Bremen [nsurance Co of Hamburg, Martens A 
M' j 1 3, 459 Ninth 

Hamb} '- carpenter, res 1743 Filbert 

Hamby John W. carpenter, rea L743 Filbert 

Hamegrese Charles, dish washer John Crebbin, 169 Eleventh 

Hamel Felicity, teacher, rea 11-1 Tenth 

Hamel Leontine Miss, Btudent, rea 1 1-1 Truth 

1 [amel Peter, carpenter, rea L424 Ten! b 

I [amel Francred, student, rea 1 12 l Tenth 

1 1 .- 1 1 1 1 1 * 1 i 1 1 A Thibault (Wm 1 1 ami in ami .1 Thibault) carriage 

makers and horse moers, »i"> s Broadway 
HamelinWm ( Hamel i n <& Thibault) rea 833 Madison 

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Hamilton Agnes Miss, teacher Cole School, res 1165 Jack- 
son 
Hamilton A L, butcher, res 676 Tenth 
Hamilton Clara F Mrs, widow, res 1165 Jackson 
Hamilton Claude, laborer, res 214 Third 
Hamilton C Y, real estate, S F, res 308 E Sixteenth 
Hamilton D, baggage master S P Co, res 1273 San Pablo 

ave 
Hamilton E J F Mrs, res Brayton Block 
Hamilton Edward H, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res 

1271 Jackson 
Hamilton Frank, machinist S P Co, res 1514 Seventh 
Hamilton Frederick R, civil engineer, res 1165 Jackson 
Hamilton G Anthony, engineer Union Box Factorv, S F, 

res 270 E Tenth 
Hamilton George, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 6 

Broadway 
Hamilton Hall, J C Gilson propr, SE cor Thirteenth and 

Jefferson 
Hamilton Hugh (Hamilton & Co) res 1059 Clay 
Hamilton Hugh Jr, res 1059 Clay 
Hamilton J C, deputy county treas, res 584 Twentieth 
Hamilton John, blacksmith, res 1367 Tenth 
Hamilton John, laundrvman Contra Costa Laundry 
HAMILTON JOHN R, coachman, res 154 Lake 
Hamilton Maggie Miss, saleslady Hamilton & Co, res 1059 

Clay 
Hamilton Napier, carperter, S F, res 1517 Seventh 
Hamilton Noble, judge superior court dept No 1, Alameda 

County, res 1271 Jackson 
I Hamilton Oswald, butcher Fred Becker, res 762 Eleventh 
I Hamilton Robert D, nailer Judson Manufacturing Co, res I 

118 Louisa 
Hamilton W H H Jr, res 1325 Sixteenth ave 
Hamilton W B, deputy county recorder Hall of Records, res 

1271 Jackson 
Hamilton W H H, carpenter S P Co, res 1325 Sixteenth ave 

E Oakland 
Hamilton William, washer Contra Costa Laundrv, res same 

HAMILTON WM T, late HAMILTON & 

BROWN, undertakers, S F, res 466£ Thirteenth 
Hamilton T A, res 419£ Tenth 
Hamin N, painter S P Co 
Hamlin Austin M, asst sec Y M C A, 865 Broadway, res 668 

Seventh 
Hamlin Earl W, mechanical engineer, res 1048 Peralta 




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Hamm Lillie Miss, student, res 1304 Eighth 

Ham mack C R, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 725 

Myrtle 
Hammack Fred, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 730 

Myrtle 
Hammack George, laborer, res 730 Myrtle 
Hammack Joe, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 730 

Myrtle 
Hammack L H, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 730 

Myrtle 
Hammaschmedt August, musician, res 521 Eighteenth 
Hammer C J Miss, teacher Tompkins School, res 631 

Fourteenth 
Hammer C J Mrs, res 631 Fourteenth 
Hammer Etta, saleslady G A Moss, res 1503 Twelfth 
Hammer Herman, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res 1503 

Twelfth 
Hammer I I Miss, teacher Temescal School, mail Temescal 

School 
Hammer Jennie M Miss, res 1503 Twelfth 
Hammer John F Mrs, widow, res 1503 Twelfth 
Hammer Samuel K, printer, res 631 Fourteenth 
Hammerbarg John A, harness maker Jacob Muller, res 

Lorin 
Hammerly Amanda Miss, res 1831 Adeline 
Hammerly Frederick, lumber tallier, res 1831 Adeline 
Hammerly John F, employe Blind Factory, res 1831 Ade- 
line 
Haimnersehmidt August, painter, res 521 Eighteenth 
Hammersley Alfred S, capenter, res 1115 E Twenty-fifth 
Hammond Charles, carpenter, res 5584 Seventh 
Hammond Charles, stair builder c. M Blair, res 1 001 Frank- 
lin 
Hammond II Mrs, ree 1762 Goss 

Hammond Horace A. engineer S P Co, res 862 Chester 
Hammond Mabel Miss,rea L762 Gosa 
Hammond Rebecca Miss, res 320 Fourteenth 
Hammond R H, -air-man M J IfBTiT/BTE, Ti 

Eighth 
Hammond W P, nurseryman, rea 562 Eleventh 
Hammond William, agi Gane Bros A' Co, 8 F, rea 1 () ~>7 

Hampel C Frederick, blacksmith and carriage maker. Ml I 

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Hampel Conrad F, baker, 761 E Twelfth, rea same 
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.£ « Hampel Henry, blacksmith, 807 E Fourteenth, res 1120 
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»» ^ Hampel Henry F, blacksmith, res 1395 Broadway 
*■ Hampel John, farmer, res Thirteenth ave nr Lynn 

Hampton George, laborer California Pottery and Terra 
Cotta Co 

Hampton James (J Hampton & Co) res 1600 Telegraph ave 

Hampton J & Co (James and John Hampton) wood, coal, 
hay and grain, 1600 Telegraph ave 

Hampton John (J Hampton & Co) res 1608 Telegraph ave 

Hampton John, student Hopkins Academy 

Hampton Peter, res Winthrop House 

Hampton Thomas, brakeman S P Co, res 824 Chester 

Hampton T N, groceries, fruit, cigars and tobacco, 1778 
Seventh, res same 

Hampton W G, plumber, 1727 Seventh 

Hanavan Bridget Mrs, widow, res 1559 West 

Hanavan Bridget Miss, res 1559 West 

Hanavan & Baldrige (Mrs E M Hanavan and Mrs S Bal- 
drige) proprs Alcazar House, 1156 Broadway 

Hanavan E M Mrs (Hanavan & Baldrige) res 1156 Broad- 
way 

Hanavan Philip, planing mill, S F, res 1942 Myrtle 

Hancock Chas, res 511 Seventeenth 

Hancock Hall, Wm H Simmons propr, 377 Twelfth 

Hancock Maria Mrs, res 511 Seventeenth 

Hancock S Mrs, res 1559 Eighth 

Hand John, laborer, res 726 Peralta 

Hand Patrick, laborer E Bishop, res 513 Twenty-fourth 

Handley George, hod carrier, res Geischen House 

Handlos O A, salesman Nolan & Williamson, res 1632 Tele- 
graph ave 

Handros Frank, res 1716 Pacific 

Handy Bray ton E, real estate, res 915 Filbert 

Handy Joshua B Rev, res n s Forty-first nr Linden 

Handv Lucien, res 915 Filbert 

Handy Wm L, cooper, res 378 E Eleventh 

Handy Wm L, res 548 Caledonia ave 

Haney Abraham, capitalist, res 453 Eighth 

Hanford Alfred, res Winthrop House 

Hanford James M, paymaster S P Co, res 1205 Peralta 

Hanford Mary Miss, music teacher, res 1205 Peralta 

Hanifin J J (J J Hanifin & Co) res 1403 Grove 

Hanifin J J & Co (J J Hanifin and Frank Kane) saloon, 
Camron Block 

Hanifin J J Jr, deputy county assessor, res 1403 Grove 



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Hanks John G, private detective, res 962 Clay 

Hanley James, clerk M Hanley, res 1507 Seventh 
jjj ^ Hanley Julia, domestic, 92] Myrtle 
00 _j Hanks L J, telegraph operator S P Co, res 1373 Ninth 
• J ^ Hanks L M Mrs, lodgings, res 461 i Fourth 
^ < .Hanley Martin, salesman Michael Hanley, res 1507 Seventh 
L_ O Hanley Mary Miss, bookkeeper M Hanley, res 1507 Seventh 

Hanley Michael, groceries, wines and liquors, 1507 Seventh. 
res same 

Hanley Michael J, soda water maker Taylor & Co, and ex- 
traman Engine Co No 1, res 616 Seventeenth 

Hanley Sarah, employe California Hosiery Co, res 1013 E 
Fifteenth 

Hanley William John, letter carrier, res 1013 E Fifteenth 

Hanlon Andrew, helper Wm Morck, res 806 Third 

Hanlon T E, jeweler, res 1202 Fourteenth 
jjjJl Hanlon Frank, gardener Mrs M F Templeton, Fruit Vale 
BU Hanlon John, lineman Sunset Telephone Telegraph Co. 
mm res 806 Wood 

yj Hanlon Margaret Mrs, res 806 Wood 

Hanlon Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 806 Wood 
9 j Hanlon Peter, laborer, res 1366 Campbell 
paJ Hanly .John, dry goods, XW cor Eleventh and Washington, 
ip— j res 1219 Franklin 

Hanly Patrick, shoemaker, res 763 Castro 

Banmer Charles, engineer S P Co, res West Oakland House 
«2 Hanna C A Mrs, widow, res 112^ Myrtle 
»j Hanna A K. capitalist, res 376 Durant 
0^ Hanna Cecil L, traveling freight and passenger agt. C P 

^%| Co. res 71 1 Seward 

^Jl Hanna Florence M Miss, res L146 Adeline 

BE Hanna Howard, mgr Cnion Mutual Life Insurance C. 
Jj F, res 306 Fourteenth 

W 1 1 anna Jan ie- L. j>ost master gen 1 post -oil ici\ cor Court cent h, 

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Hanna .1 Clenn, clerk C & A Nordhausen, res Blake House g 
Hanna John, engineer (marine), res L462 Thirteenth o k /( 






Hanna Robert, fruit canner. 8 F. res Newland Hon- 5» . X 

Hannaford Ed win T, miller, s F, res Golden Gate 8 2 

Hannah Li//.i» . in male Indu-lrial Heine for the Adult S3 ' 

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Han nan Bridget Mrs, domestic Mrs Wat Webster 3 JJ 5 

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Hannan James J, painter, res 1505 Brush 
tf g Hannan John, carpenter S P Co, res 658 Adeline 
i Hanneman Albert, baker, res Lorin 
Hannibal Lucy Miss, res 1736 Thirteenth 
Hannigan Jerome B, res 136 Hannah 
3 £ Hannigan John P, boiler maker, S F, res 136 Hannah 
Hannifin Nonie Mrs, widow, res 2104 San Pablo ave 
Hannon Michael, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Emeryville 
Hanrahan Lizzie Mrs, groceries 229 Third, res same 
Hanrahan Peter N, bookkeeper Hallahan Bros, res Claren- 
don House 
Hans George, bookkeeper Brooklyn Brewery, res 879 E 

Fourteenth 
Hansen Andrew, carpenter, res 759 Jefferson 
Hansen August, clerk Eiben & Nor, res 943 Peralta 
Hansen Bridget Mrs, widow, res 1360 Seventeenth 
Hansen Carl, barkeeper Henry Hemingsen, res 865 Twen- 
tieth 
Hansen Charles, watchman S P Co, res 1120 Campbell 
Hansen Clarence S, carpenter, res 962 Madison 
Hansen Dora Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 

1362 Seventeenth 
Hansen Edward, saloon cor Tenth and Franklin, res 701 

Harrison 
Hansen Ellen Mrs, grocer, 1269 Cypress, res same 
Hansen G, mariner, res 1054 Third 

Hansen G A, salesman J L Champlin, res 614 Seventeenth 
Hansen G F, patent sidewalk layer, res 416 Seventh 
Hansen Hall, SW cor Goss and Wood 
Hansen Hans, laborer, res 1062 Twenty-fifth aye 
Hansen Hans L, carpenter, res 1009 Campbell 
Hansen H Crist, dairy, res e s Claremont ave nr Telegraph 
Hansen Helen Miss, dressmaker, res 1420 San Pablo ave 
05 Hansen Henry D, teamster Fisher & Taylor, res Jefferson 
fcp bet Fourth and Fifth 

Hansen H G F, propr Alameda Artificial Stone Co, res 483 

Ninth 
Hansen H J (Reuss & Hansen) res 601 Broadway 
jm Hansen Hilma Miss, domestic, res 1253 Alice 

Hansen I C (Freese & Hansen, S F) res 1733 Market 

Hansen Jans, painter, res 463 B 

Hansen J E, laborer S P Co, res 1120 Kirkham 

Hansen Joseph, carpenter, res 1560 Eighth 

Hansen J T D, res 309 Seventh 

Hansen Katie Miss, domestic Mrs Sather, 664 Twelfth 



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Hansen Lawrence, saloon. 1252 Cypress, res 1*209 Cypress 
Hansen Lawrence B, salesman, res 135 Eddie 
Hansen L P, tailor, res 1061 E Fifteenth 
Hansen Martin, deckhand S P Co, res 3 Maple 
Hansen Nils, watchman California Cotton Mills, res 

Valdez 
Hansen P, teamster Bumham-Standeford Co, ies 

Twenty -fourth 
Hansen Rasmus, waiter ^imonsen & Lilienthal, res 

\Yashington 
Hansen Rohert, carpenter S P Co, re.< 1700 Eighth 
1 Ian-en Roy, order clerk F R Stevenson & Co, res SE 

Tenth and Madison 
I Ian-en S E D, saloon, NE cor Franklin and Tenth, res 703 

Harrison 
Hansen Sophie Miss, dressmaker, res 14'2n San Pablo ave 
Hansen Soren, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 1502 

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Hansen Theodore, saloon, cor Tenth and Franklin, res 309 

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Han-en Theodore, res 1702 Thirteenth ave 
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Hanson Clara Miss, domestic, res 776 Harrison 

Hanson .1 C, master mariner, res 1061 Willow 

Hanson C R, employment agt, S F, res Golden Gate 

Hanson Edward, yardman S P Co, res 763 Peralta 

Hanson Edward, machinist, S F. res 115 Hannah 

Hanson Ferdinand, plasterer, res 1019 Pine 

Hanson George, res 115 Hannah 

Hanson .1 Edward, Laborer S P Co, rea 673 Peralta 

Hanson John, maris - 125 Eddie 

Hanson Katherina, dom< L054 Tenth 

Hanson Mamie, domestic, 1320 Filbert 

Hanson Otto P, tailor, 954 Broadway, rea L407 Eighteenth 

Hanson Peter, Laborer, rea Prescetf House 

Hanson Bophie Miss, laundr< sa Contra Costa Laundry 

Hanson Thomas N (Hanson A Young) res 71] Brush 

Hanson W II. cleaner 8 P Co, rea L616 Taylor 

Hanson William, railroad employe res 1 7 7 < • nth 

Hanson 6 Young (Thoa N Hanson and M 1> Young) 

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Ffftpnah Joseph, harness maker Robt .1 Be< rea 214 

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Happ 1 carpenter, rea S(| "» Isabella 

Happ Alfred V. laborer, r< Lydia 

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Happ Daniel J, carpenter, res 878 Lydia 

Ha;-p Simon J, contractor and builder, res 878 Lydia 

Harback Louis, carpenter, res 224 Fourth 
i Harbert Miss, res Home for Aged Women 

Harbin F L Mrs, res Ross House 

Harbinson Geo W, clerk C W Kinsey, res cor E Twenty-first 
and Eighth ave 

Harbinson Nellie Miss, res cor E Twenty-first and Eighth 
eve 

Harbinson Will, plumber, res cor E Twenty-first and Eighth 
ave 

Harbinson Wm, clerk H L Adams, res cor E Twenty-first 
and Eighth ave 

Harbor View Council No 188 Chosen Friends, Golden 
Gate 

Harbour , vest maker, M J KELLER, 1007 Broad- 
way 

Harbor Lodge No 253 I F, meets Wednesday at Frater- 
nity Hall, cor Seventh and Peralta 

Hardeman B, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Com- 
mercial Union Hotel 

Harden Eliza C Mrs, widow, res 941 Union 

Harden Frank B, news agt, res 944 Poplar 

Hardenbergh Charles P, cigars, cor E Eleventh and Thir- 
teenth ave, res 501 E Eleventh 

Hardenbergh Samuel R, employe postofnce, S F, res 976 
Jefferson 

Hardenbergh Sarah A Mrs, res 976 Jefferson 

Hardiman John, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
Emeryville 

Hardiman Mary Miss, res Emeryville 

Harding Franz, propr Brooklyn House, res cor Twenty-sec- 
ond ave and E Twelfth 

Harding James W, atty-at-law, S F, res 952 Kirkham 

Harding Josiah, gardener, res 316 Tenth 

Harding Mathew, laborer, Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, 
res 621^ Broadway 

Harding Thos E, 1668 Webster 

Hardman James, smelter, res 1168 Eighteenth 

Haidman James H, capitalist, res 1168 Eighteenth 

Hardman Joseph W (G R Read) res 759 Eleventh 

Hardmeyer Eliza Mrs, res 1377 Eighth 

Hardwick Edward F, master mariner, res 954 Center 

Hardwick Daisy Miss, res 954 Center 

Hardy A G, res 1309 Broadway 

Hardy Bessie L Miss, student, res 1309 Broadway 



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res 1383 Franklin 

Hardy D Mrs, res 1309 Broadway 

Hardy E Mrs, res 1383 Franklin 

Hardy Emma, compositor Pacific Press, res 708 Eleventh 

Hardy Harry, res 1309 Broadway 

Hardy Irene Miss, teacher High School, res 1213 Jefferson 

Hardy J, gardener, res Bay City Hotel 

Hardy John J, canvasser, res 711 Campbell 

Hardy Joseph, barber W H Stewart, res 1054 Broadwav 

Hardy J Ross, binder Althof & Bahls, S F, res 1383 Frank- 
lin 

Hardv L J, capitalist, res 713 Market 

Hardy Lowell J, atty-at-law, S F, res 616 E Twenty-fourth 

Hardy Marv A Mrs, res 715 Market 

Hardy Tracy S, salesman W B Hardy, res 1383 Franklin 

HARDY W B, bookseller and stationer, 961 Broad- 
way, res 1383 Franklin 

Hardy W Frank, deputy county clerk, res 1383 Franklin 

1 1 are Mrs, res Home for Aged Women 

Hare Mrs, employe California Hosiery Co, res 614 Seven- 
teenth 

Hare Charles, bookkeeper, res Lorin 

Hare James, plumber Dalziel & Moller' res S W cor Elev- 
enth and Washington 
Hare S J Mrs, res North Temescal 

Ilaren James, clerk Joyce & McDonald, res 1064 Campbell 
Haren Michael J, clerk Joyce A: McDonald, res 1064 Camp- 
bell 

Harford Andrew J, blacksmith, res 1014 Webster 

Earfsl Herman, grocer, 1932 Broadway, res Bame 

Bargi 'Thomas, carpenter, res Rosa Ilea, 

Harington Douglas M. res, Golden Grate 

Harington Frederick S, clerk, S I\ res Golden Gate 

Harington Henry 1). clerk, s K, res Golden Gate 

Harington N Adele Mi-?, res Golden Gate 

1 [arjes I [elen Mrs, res B62 I 'heater 

Harjea Wm, clerk A.raericam BridgeCo, res 862 Chester 

Harkina Daniel H, sheet iron worker Owen C Kirk, r< 

L422 Sixth b 
Harkine Daniel 8, plumber, res 1 L22 sixth ave 
Harkins J, peddler lace curtains, <fec, res 843 Isabella 
Harkina John, labor* w b College ave ur Hudson 

Harkina Sarah II Mrs, confectionery, 1 I ii7 Thirteenth ave, 

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Harkinson Daniel, clerk Charles Harkinson, res 1951 

Grove 
Harkness Fergus M, photographer, 556 E Twelfth, res same 
Harlan Joel M, piano tuner, res 166 Sixth 
Harland Albert, boiler washer S P Co, res 1422 Sixteenth 
Harley Edward J, machinist, res 1004 Pine 
Harlow Charles A, salesman Agard &Co, res 415 Eighteenth 
Harlow Edward W, tack maker Judson Manufacturing Co, 

res 1224 Franklin 
Harlow Frank, laborer J Davis, res Claremont ave nr Col- 
lege ave 
Harlow L M Mrs, res 562 E Twelfth 
Harlow Lucy I Miss, res 951 Clay 
Harlow Wm, res e s Claremont ave nr College ave 
Harlow William S, under sheriff Alameda County, res 951 

Clay 
Harman James, carpenter, res 2120 Union 
Harmon Albion K P, mining, S F, res 1568 Webster 
HARMON A K P JR (Harmon & Sears) Park 

ave nr E Fourteenth, res Fruit Vale 
Harmon Carrie, domestic, 416 E Fifteenth 
Harmon Dana, clerk city supt of streets, res 224 Ninth 
Harmon E G, carpenter, res 722 Second 
Harmon M J Mrs, widow, housekeeper, res 864 Washington 
Harmon Michael, laborer S P Co, res Shell Mound Station 
Harmon Roberdeau, physician and surgeon, room 51, 969 
Broadway, res same 

HARMON & SEARS < A K p Harmon Jr *** H 

B Sears Jr) general insurance, 958 Broadway 
Harmon Winfield, bookbinder Pacific Press, res 1259 E 

Eleventh 
Harmonic Society, D P Hughes director, meets every Tues- 
day evening Grand Army Hall 
Harms Elmer, clerk J Kornahrens, res 1604 San Pablo ave 
Harms R, clerk, res 870 Castro 
Harms Richard, employe J H A Folkers & Bro, S F, res 

631 Fourteenth 
Harms Samuel A, groceries, fruits and vegetables, 1830 San 

Pablo ave, res same 
Harms W T, employe J H A Folkers & Bro, S F, res 631 

Fourteenth 
Harnett Ben, driver Orlando Bemis 

Harnett Charlotte E Mrs, dressmaker, res 1271 Fifth ave 
Harnett William J P, cashier Kennedy, Quinlan & Co, res 

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Harney James T, fruit peddler, res 516 Forty-fifth 

Harney Robert, gasfitter J A C Macdonald 

Harney Wm J, fruit peddler, res s s Forty-fifth bet Grove 
and Telegraph ave 

Harper , Smith House, 836 Broadway 

Harper A M Mrs, res 1151 Harrison 

Harper Fred W, iron molder, res 921 Twenty-fourth 

Harper J Mrs, propr Harper's Exchange, NW cor Telegraph 
ave and Thirty-ninth, res same 

Harper Leroy R, engineer, res 1151 Harrison 
I Harper Walter, canvasser, res 1018 Twelfth 
i Harraher Mary Mrs, widow, res 1319 Twelfth 
| Harrell Alfred Mrs, res 567 Eleventh 
j Harrell L A Mrs, res 567 Eleventh 
j Harrell Lizzie Miss, res 567 Eleventh 

Harries William H, banker, S F, res 1361 Jackson 

Harrigan John, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 964 
Third 

Harrigan John, engineer S P Co, res 1687 Seventh 

Ilarriinan Frank G, bookkeeper Pacfiic Coast Planing Mills, 
res 1383 Broadway 

Harrington Charles, driver Pione.r Soda Works, res Ave- 
nue House 

Harrington Charles H, cigar maker, res 1012 Webster 

Harrington C F, painter J W Lindsey res 1012 Webster 

Harrington Cornelius, helper J A C MacDonald, res 1393 
Chestnut 

Harrington Daniel H, fireman S P Co, res 755 Market 

Harrington George, res 328 E Fourteenth 

Harrington J, blacksmith, res East Oakland Hotel 

Harrington James R, fruit peddler, 603 Webster, res 8 F 

Harrington .1 E) Mrs, res L313 Clay 

Harrington Jonn, res 957 Campbell 

Harrington John F, butcher, 973 Third, res 755 Market 

Harrington .Julia Mrs, res 712 Linden 

Harrington Martha (J Miss, student, res 1012 Webster 

Harrington Mary Miss, res 306 Thirteenth 

Harrington Mary Ada Miss, clerk Tafl ft Pennoyer, res 1012 
Webster 

Harrington Michael, night fireman Pacific Iron and Nail 

Co, 1 Linden 

Harrington Phineas, rea L9J ;, > ( '> Linden 

Harrington T, laborer 8 I* Co, res 756 Market 

Harrington Thomas F, bookkeeper Fisher & Taylor, res 

567 Sixth 
Harrington Timothy, employe 8 I* Co, r< - Market 

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Harrington Wm, apprentice engineer S P Co, res 1781 Wil- 
liam 

Harrington Wm C, physician, res 1426 Tenth ave 

Harrington W S, res 1426 Tenth ave 

Harrington W S, carpenter, res 1016 Brush 

Harris A Mrs, res 1132 Adeline 

Harris Agnes Miss, supt The Athenaeum, res Eighth bet 
Wood and Pine 

Harris Albert, barber Sylvester Jacobs, res 1811 Grove 

Harris Annie H Mrs, res 1164 Peralta 

Harris & Baker (John Harris and T A Baker) native wines, 
City Market 

Harris & Beel (Jacob L Harris and Martin S Beel) cloth- 



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Harris Bessie Miss, compositor, S F, res 1319 Tenth 
Harris Bessie Miss, res 1240 Adeline 

Harris Chas A, King Publishing Co, S F, res 268 E Tenth 
Harris Clara Mrs, widow, res 829 Oak 
Harris Edith R Miss, res 1319 Tenth 
Harris Edward A, broommaker, res 1778 Division 

Harris Edward A, clerk Cameron, res 1766 Division 

Harris Edwin F, clerk, res 829 Oak 

Harris E J, traveling agt, Portland, Oregon, res 1322 Tenth 

ave 
Harris Eliza G Miss, res 829 Oak 
Harris Emma L Miss, res 1003 Fifth ave 
Harris Francis, canvasser, res 831-J- Magnolia 
Harris Frank, res 265 Twelfth 
Harris George, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 808 

Jefferson 
Harris George, dentist, res 690 E Thirty-second 
Harris George D, sec Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res S F 
Harris George L, chief engineer steamer Arago, res 1215 

Brush 
Harris George T, carpenter, res 804 Franklin 
Harris George W, saloon, res 690 E Thirty-second 
Harris Jacob L (Harris & Beel) res 214 Twelfth 
Harris John (Baker & Harris) res 413 Twelfth 
Harris John A, atty-at-law, S F, res 814 Twentieth 
Harris John F, ship carpenter, res 1319 Tenth 
Harris Joseph, cook, res 254 Hollis 
HARRIS JOSEPH, clothing, merchant tailor and 

men's furnishing goods, 915 Broadway, res 212 Twelfth 
Harris Joseph, cook, 1725 Fourteenth 



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and Wood, res Eighth bet Wood and Pine 

Harris Lillie Miss, res 1164 Peralta 

Harris M C Rev, supt Japanese Mission, 1253 Jefferson, res 
318 Eddy, S F 

Harris Mark (Lewis Packing Co, S F) res 591 Sycamore 

Harris May Miss, res 1322 Tenth ave 

Harris M H Mrs, lodging house, 860 Broadway, res same 

Harris Minnie Miss, saleslady S E Brookes, res -967 Broad- 
way 

Harris Nellie Miss, teacher violin, res 265 Twelfth 

Harris Sabin, farmer, res 265 Twelfth 

Harris Sarah Mrs, teacher mental science, res Henry House 

Harris S E Mrs, res 963 Harrison 

Harris Stephen, shipping clerk P M S S Co, S F, res 829 
Oak 

Harris Stephen D, miner, res 1279 Eighth ave 

Harris William, res 716 Henry 

Harrison , res Smith House, 836 Broadway 

Harrison Benj, engineer steamer Tillamook, res 462 E 
Twelfth 

Harrison & Boyce (T G Harrison and S B Boyce) groceries, 
411 Twelfth and 1143 E Fourteenth 

Harrison Edward S, traveling passenger agt, S F, res L667 
Seward 

Harrison John, machinist, pea 714 Eighteenth 

Harrison Joseph M, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 17 - _!1 
Myrtle 

Hani-. >n L A Mrs, res Wmsor Hotel 

Harrison Minnie Miss, res 462 E Twelfth 

Harrison M L Mrs, pea L710 Nineteenth ave 

Harrison Robert, detective, rea L375 Seventh 

Harrison School, Misa II M Mullen principal, SWcor Har- 
rison and Fourth 

Harrison Simon X, contractor and builder, NW cor Shat- 
tuck ave and Forty-ninl h, res same 

Harrison-Streel Baptist Church, Rev W T Fleenor pa-tor. 
Harrison be1 Fourth and Fifth 

Harrison Thomas G (Harrison & Boyce) rea 962 Market 

Harrison William B; Bhip caulker, S F, rea L713 Seward 

Harrod Joseph A., janitor, res L631 Myrtle 

Harrold Frank (cashier Well man, Peck & Co, 8 F) res 
Adeline bet < >l«l ( lounty Road and Monroe 

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Harrold James H, salesman Wheaton & Luhrs, res 1305 
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tf Harrold Lizzie C Miss, res 1307 Monroe 
P Harrold Mamie L Miss, res 1307 Monroe 
rf Harrower Henry, carpenter, res 1369 Tenth 
.! Harrower Jessie Miss, res 1369 Tenth 
Wj Harrower Robert, farmer, res 672 E Twenty-fourth 
Harrower Robert Jr, res 672 E Twenty-fourth 
Hart A C, student R W Meek, 1169 Broadway 
Hart Ben, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res 451 E Tenth 
Hart Chas, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res 451 E Tenth 
W Hart Charles F, sugar mills Sandwich Islands, res Second 
e of College ave 
Hart Daniel, saloon 622 Broadway, res same 
Hart Edward H, clerk VV B Hardy, res 954 Campbell 
Hart E H, insurance, S F, res 1316 Eighth ave 
Hart Ellen D Miss, res 451 E Tenth 
Hart Frances S Miss, res 1069 Market 
Hart Frederick, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

'Commercial Union Hotel 
Hart George R, fireman S P Co, res 765 Eleventh 
Hart Hattie M Miss, res 1069 Market 
Hart Helen W Mrs, res 1855 Telegraph ave 
Hart Jackson, grain commission merchant, S F, res 1069 

Market 
Hart John A, funeral director Henry Evers, res 863 Wash- 
ington 
Hart John C, press boy Tribune, res 451 E Tenth 
Hart Joseph J (Goldberg & Hart) res 954 Campbell 
Hart J Withrow, clerk Pacific Bank, S F, res 1069 Market ^ 
Hart Louis, salesman, 1063 Broadway 
Hart Mary A Mrs, res 451 E Tenth 

Hart Mary J Miss, employe California Hosiery Co, res 451 
.| | E Tenth 

QJiHart Mary Miss, student, res 1069 Market 
u Hart Nellie, employe California Hosiery Co, res 451 Tenth 
"3' Hart Richard B, errand bov Tribune, res 451 E Tenth 
1 Hart S J Mrs, res 858 West 
Hart William, salesman White Sewing Machine Co, res 

Henrv nr Seventh 
Hart WmL, res 1069 Market 

Hartford Andrew J, blacksmith, res 1014 Webster 
Hartford Fire Insurance Co, of Hartford, Conn, Strong & 

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Z Hartley John W F, physician, S F, res 914 Magnolia 
r™ Q Hartley Maggie Miss, chambermaid, res Galindo Hotel 
U) 21 Hartman Jules, propr Boulevard Boat Landing, Lake Mer- 
ritt, E Twelfth, res same 

Hartman William, painter S P Co, res 227 Eighth 

Hart m an n Emma Miss, res 1425 Eleventh 

Hartmann Henry J, ship carpenter, res 1425 Eleventh 

Hartmann John, shipwright, res 883 Bay 

Hartnett Casilear M, res tiSZ Thirteenth 

Hartshorn Emma Miss, res 769 Eighth 

Hartson , blacksmith, S F, res 1559 Seventh 

Hartstone Harry, driver C Jaenicke, res S15 Broadway 

Hartwell Mrs, res 854 Brush 

Hartv Alice Miss, res 822 Twenty-first 

Harty Ellen Mrs, res 614 Filbert 

Harty Katie Miss, res 822 Twenty-first 

^ Harty Maggie Miss, res 822 Twenty-first 
Harty L Mrs, res 1403 Grove 
Harty Maurice, laborer, res 822 Twenty-first 
H Harty Robert, oiler S P Co, res 734 Linden 
Harty Sophie Miss, dressmaker, res 1477 Fifth 
kg Hartz Fred, employe Judson Iron Works, res 511 Third 
^g Hart/. John, machinist S P Co, res L868 William 
g; Harvey Amelia Miss, res 1064 Wood 
p^l Harvey Ben F, engineer tug Water Nymph res 698 E 

S Eighteenth 

Barvey Delino, blind maker California Door Co, res Ala- 
meda 
Harvey Dora F, compositor Pacific Press, res 1770 Eighth 
1 [arvey ( reorge, engineer S P Co. rea cor Twelfth and ( rrove 
- Harvey Geo H, captain tug Monarchy res 519 E Twenty- 

L^ fourth 

^| Harvey John J, plumber and gasfitter .1 C Bullock, res 1770 

H Division 

Harvey Jonah, gardener, rea L064 Wood 
Harvey Leroy G-, insurance agt, S F, rea L128 Filbert 

W Harvey F, principal Fruit Vale School, rea 680 Tenth 
Harvey R A. employe II (J Smith, pea 1770 Division 
Harvey S B Mrs, rea 71 1 Fourteenth 
S Harvey Susan, widow, rea 711 Fourteenth 
Harvey William, carpenter William Christen, rea 1770 
Division 

Uj Ilarwoooi CIimi-I.- \\. ltm.-.t, S 1\ n- 1 #"> 1 T Twelfth 

Harwood Henry E, farmer, rea Redwood road 



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Harwood Martha Mrs, res 1617 Twelfth 

Haselbacher Charles, florist, n s Fortieth nr Adeline, res 
same 

Haselbacher John A, brush mfr, res n s Fortieth nr Ade- 
line 

Hashford Wm, res Winthrop House 

Haskell E F, repairer S P Co, res 1025 Chester 

Haskell E T, employe S P Co, res 868 Chester 

Haskell Noyes P, res 1558 Eighth 

Haskell P, switchman S P Co, res 313 Sixth 

Haskell Walter S, lather, res 1518 Telegraph ave 

Haskin Enoch W, railroad ticket agt, res 660 Fourteenth 

Haskins C W, res 776 Eleventh 

Haslett J W, carpenter S P Co, res 829 Peralta 

Hasmer James P, carpenter, res 860 Harrison 

Hassar M Mrs, res 720 Castro 

Hassard Henry H, reporter RG Dun & Co, S F, res 1108 E 
Twenty-second 

Hassard Richard, gardener, res Fruit Vale 

Hassinger Samuel, res 1311 San Pablo ave 

Hassinger S K, res Bushell House 

Hassler Anton, machinist California Door Co, res 1575 
Eighth ave 

Hassler Lawrence J, photographer F B Rodolph, res 1575 
Eighth ave 

Hast Edward S, accountant Bank of California S F, res 1828, 
Nineteenth ave 

Hastie John, baker, res 529 Eighth 

Hastings , res 362 Tenth 

Hastings Alice -Mrs, res 841 Thirty-third 

Hastings Joseph, engineer S P Co, res 565 E Twenty-first 

Hastings Samuel J, stenographer, res Galindo Hotel 

Haswell Charles R, clerk J H Mallett, res 866 Chester 

Haswell F B Mrs, teacher piano, 461 Ninth, res 576 Thirty- i 
fourth 

Haswell Frederick B, real estate 461 Ninth, res 576 Thirty- 
fourth 

Haswell Wm P, carpenter S P Co, res 866 Chester 

HATCH ALBERT J, manager Pacific Postal Tele- 
graph Cable Co, 950 Broadway, res 864 Washington 

Hatch Annie M Mrs, widow, res 1025 Seventh ave 

Hatch Asa D, commission merchant, S F, res 1221 Chestnut 

Hatch B Mrs, res 542 Charter 

Hatch Charles E, clerk, S F, res 536 Simpson ave 

Hatch Emeline Mrs, dressmaker, res 1717 Chase 

Hatch Emma F Miss, res 1221 Chestnut 




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Hatch George, barkeeper Howard Shaw, res 1067 Twenty- 
eighth 

Hatch Gertrude A Miss, res 1717 Chase 

Hatch Grace Miss, res 1025 Seventh ave 

Hatch Hiram E, contractor 1717 Chase, res same 

Hatch Jabez, capitalist, res 1108i Broadway 

Hatch James L, correspondent S F Chronicle, res 1065 
Twelfth ave 

Hatch Kate Mrs, widow, res 10<i7 Twenty-eighth 

Hatch Minnie L Miss, res 536 Simpson ave 

Hatch Wm K, brakeman S P Co, res 1065 Twelfth ave 

Hatfield Andrew D, real estate, Fresno, res 822 Twenty- 
seventh 
Ilatiield George R, bookkeeper, res 1260 Fifth ave 

Hathaway Fred, bookkeeper, S F, res 1409 Castro 

Hatlich F Mrs, res 541 Thirty-eighth 

Hatlich Louis, candy maker, S F, res 541 Thirty-eighth 
Hatton Joseph, barber, 974 Seventh, res same 

Hatton Joseph A, barber, res 737 Filbert 

Hatton J S, janitor S F, res 737 Filbert 

Hatton S H Mrs, res 737 Filbert 

Hatton Thomas, foreman Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 762 

Fourth 
Hatton Thomas F, foreman yard Pacific Iron and Nail 

Works, res 762 Fourth 
Hatton Walter, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Hat/ John, machinist 1' S Co, res 1868 William 
Hauer Jacob, carpenter, res cor Clement ave and Martin 
Baug Friederich W, machinist Gustav Haug, res 1 105 Eigh- 
teenth 
Baug Gustave A. machinist, res 1405 Eighteenth 
Baughlund Andrew, carpenter, S F, 1408 Tenth, (rear) 
Bauptstuck Robert, shoemaker, 603 E Twelfth, res same 
Baural Vincent, liquors, 469 Seventh 
Eaure Honore, waiter Barnum Restaurant, res BE cor 

Broadway and Seventh 
Bauschildl Henry C T, watchman .) F Young, res Bay- 
wards 
I [austrauser I. carpenter W T Witch 
Bavelio W G, conductor S P t 1 ". res 66] Ninth 
Haven Charles, traveling salesman, rea s "7 Market 
1 1 ;i yen Charles D Jr, Oakland Cycle Co, res cor Eighth and 

( 'hestnul 
Haven Clarence, tinsmith, res s,| 7 Market 
I [aven E A. mariner, rea B07 Market 



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Haven Fred L, Liverpool, London and Globe Insurance Co, 
S F, res 177 E Fourteenth 

Haven Henry, bookkeeper Eagle Oil and Refining Co, S F, 
res 807 Market 

HAVEN INSTITUTE, Miss Ella Hill proprietor 
and manager, 906 Broadway 

Haven James M, att} T -at-law, S F, res 1329 Harrison 

Haven Mattie E Miss, res 1329 Harrison 

Haven School (The) Miss Ella Hill propr, rooms 83-84, 906 
Broadway 

Haven Thomas E, atty-at-law, S F, res 1329 Harrison 

Havens Albert W, sec Consolidated Virginia Mining Co, S 
F, res 1661 Webster 

Havens Charles D, mgr Liverpool and London and Globe 
Insurance Co, res Eighth bet Adeline and Linden 

Havens Charles D Jr, insurance clerk, res Eighth bet Ade- 
line and Linden 

Havens Charles M Mrs, res 991 Wood 

Havens Edward, insurance clerk, res Eighth bet Adeline 
and Linden 

Havens Frank C, pres Home Benefit Life Association, res 
Vernon Heights 

Havens Frank J, insurance solicitor H T Smith, res Blake 
House 

Havens H H, atty-at-law, res Blake House 

Havens H H Mrs, state corresponding sec W C T U, res 
Blake House 

Havens H Roscoe, atty-at-law and deputy county assessor, 
res Blake House 

Havens John F, atty-at-law, 864i Broadway, res 820 Fif- 
teenth 

Havens John W, teller Pacific Bank, S F, res Blake House 

Havens Lawrence, student, res Eighth bet Adeline and Lin- 
den 

Havens Wm P, clerk Commercial Union Insurance Co, res 
1116 Adeline 

Havey Mike, res Winthrop House 

Havlin W G, switchman S P Co, res 1724 Twelfth 

Hawes Helen B Miss, res 603 E Fourteenth 

Hawes Leon, cigar maker R Kuerzel, res West Berkeley 

Hawes Margaret H Miss, res 603 E Fourteenth 

Hawes Wm H, master mariner, res 603 E Fourteenth 

Hawk George F, sec Oakland Trotting Park, res Emery- 
ville 

.Hawkes Ann Mrs, res 812 Myrtle 

Hawkes Charles H, carpenter, res 713 Center 

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^ Hawkes John, employe Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, res 

W 765 Seventh 

^ Hawkes Minnie Miss, res S12 Myrtle 
I— Q Hawkes Robert H, clerk Kirkland & Trowbridge, res 812 
COz Myrtle 

^ < Hawkett M B Mrs, res L651 Lincoln 

-J Hawkett Wm G, searcher records R S Leckie, res 1651 Lin- 
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31 ^ Hawkins Mr-, res cor Seventh and Webster 
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Hawkins E L, salesman, res 504 Eleventh 

Hawkins Grace Miss, res 619 E Nineteenth 

Hawkins James, bookkeeper, res 575 Kennedy 

Hawkins Mary Mrs, widow, res 1115 Willow 

Hawkins Mary Miss, clerk, S F, res 1115 Willow 

Hawkins M E Mrs, teacher Prescott School, res 1779 Goss 

Hawkins Thomas, employe California Door Co, res 1115 

Willow 
Hawkins Walter L, mining and real estate, res 1779 Goss 
Hawkins Waverly C, res 966 Kirkham 
Hawley Calvin H, tallyman S P Co, res 1669 Seward 
Hawley Charles (Hawley Bros, S F) res Kelsey House 
Hawley J D Mrs, matron Hopkins Academy, res same 
Hawley Prank E, student Hopkins Academy, res same 
Hawley George B, student, res 1118 Seventh ave 
Iawlev George F (Hawley Bros, S F) res Prospect Heights 
Iawley .) C, res 1016 Tenth ave 
Iawley II D Mrs, widow, res 1118 Seventh ave 
Iawley Jacob C, lumber, S F, res 522 Knox Place 
[awley L H, clerk Hawley Bros, S F, res 2100 Telegraph 
a\ 

Iawley Lydia M Mrs, res 1220 Fruit Vale ave 

[awley Marion E3 Miss, res 1 1 is Seventh ave 

Iawlev Mary A Mis-, res 522 Knox Place 

[awley Wm N, rea L307 Market g 

Iawley W X. dry goods and notions H26 Thirteenth aV9, $ 

me "* 

Haworth Thomas J, pattern maker, 8 F, rea 1314 Filbert 
1 | ;i w - L, helper Jeffress, M itchell A ( lo 
Hay Alison* Mrs, physician, 826 Webster, res same 
Hayden C D, helper Jeffress, Mitchell iV Co 
Hayden Ja porter 8 P Co, rea l L20 Third 

Hayden Michael, Laborer 8 P Co, rea 309 Second 

I Ia\ < 1 employes P Co, res 811 Wood 

Hayes Andre* H, student, res oor Watson ave and Brook 
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THE HARTFORD RECORD: 
Chicago, 1871, Paid $1,933,562 

Boston 1872, Paid $485,316 

Virginia City, Paid $67,562 

St. John, N. B., Paid, $137,628 
Grand Total for 90 Years, $35,000,000. 



PACIFIC DEPARTMENT: 

California, Oregon, Nevada, Washington Territory, 

Idaho, Utah, British Columbia, 

Hawaiian Islands. 

AGENTS IN ALL THE ABOVE STATES AND TERRITORIES. 

First Policy Issued Feb. 8, 1794, for -£800, to William I ml ay, Esq. 



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STRONG & CO., Local Agents, 

OAKLAND. 



Seventy Ninth Annual Statement 

JJartford Fire Jhsuarnce (Jo. 



OF HARTFORD, COXX. 

January 1st, 1889. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand, in Bank and Cash Items % 648,856 52 

Cash m hands of Agents and in course of 

Transmission 384,652 ( .»<> 

Rents and accrued Interest •Jo.»'>7 , .> 45 

Real Estate Unincumbered 543,675 60 

Loans on Bond and Mortgage (1st lien) 1,183,000 00 

Loans on Collateral Security 53,500 00 

Lank Stock, Hartford, Market Value 310,736 00 

New York, " 305,365 00 

Boston, " 82,300 00 

Albany and Montreal M'kt Value 8 3,375 00 

Uailroad Stocks 608,6 10 00 

State, City and Railroad Bonds 1,300,900 00 

United states Bonds 221,400 00 

Totiil Assets $5,750,080 47 



Cash Capital $1,250,000 00 

Re-Insurance Reserve 2,014,565 44 

Outstanding Claims 251,532 1 1 

Policy Solders' Surplus 3,483,982 59 

Net Surplus 2,233,982 59 

I iicr« ase in Net Surplus 297,722 7^ 

[ncrease in Gross Assets 461,476 50 

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Hayes Anna H Miss, res cor Watson ave and Brooklyn 
Hayes C E, clerk Pacific Improvement Co S F, res 527 E 

Eleventh 
Hayes Chas D, res cor Watson ave and Brooklyn 
Hayes & Co (Henry, James and L Brooks) wholesale butch- 
ers, 655 E Twelfth and Stock Yards 
Hayes D D, supt Pacific Coast Fire Apparatus Co, res Fruit 

Vale ave 
Hayes Daniel E, employe Fulton Iron Work, S F, res 909 

Linden 
Hayes Edith W Miss, res cor Watson ave and Brooklyn 
Hayes H, upholsterer McGovern & Cahill 
Hayes Harry P, grainer, res 1511 Broadway 
Hayes Henry (Hayes &Co) res 626 E Fourteenth 
Hayes James, blacksmith San Pablo ave nr Powell, res 

Wilder nr San Pablo ave, Golden Gate 
Hayes James, blacksmith, S F Tool Co, res Golden Gate 
Hayes James, student, res 822 Willow 
Hayes Johanna Mrs, variety store, 822 Willow, res same 
Hayes John, farmer, res 1415 Brush 
Hayes John B, res 1511 Broadway 
Hayes John F, teamster Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 1511 

Broadway 
Hayes John J, shirt cutter M J KELLER, res 1432 

Linden 
Hayes L J Mrs, furnished rooms, res 356 Tenth 
Hayes Martin, messenger M J KELLER, res 1510 

Third 
Hayes Mary Miss, res Forty-fifth nr Salem 
Hayes Mary Mrs, propr Gieschen House, NE cor Sixth and 

Broadway 
Hayes Mary Mrs, res 1510 Third 
Hayes M C, candies and varieties, Market-Street Station, 

res 769 Market 
Hayes Michael, res Forty-fifth nr Salem 
Hayes Patrick, laborer, res 859 Milton 
Hayes Peter, laborer, res Forty-fifth nr Salem 
Hayes Raymer W, driver Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 1511 

Broadway 
Hayes Rosa Miss, res 527 E Eleventh 
Hayes Thomas, stone cutter Amador Marble Co, res John 

nr Piedmont ave 
Hayes Thomas A, mgr Main & Winchester, S F, res 1407 

Eighth 
Hayes William J, parcel wrapper M J KELLER, res 



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Hayu Richard, music teacher, res 757 drove 

Hayne Mary Miss, res 757 Grove 

Haynes Abagil Mrs, res 1107 Tenth ave 

Haynes Benj, real estate. S F, res 1518 Seventh ave 

Haynes Benj W, clerk, res 151 S Seventh ave 

Haynes Daniel P, teacher Fields Seminary, res 544 Twen- 
tieth 

Haynes G E, dentist R H Cool, res S F 

Haynes Hiram A, ship carpenter, res 1866 Division 

Hays Annie E, vocalist, res 1672 Lincoln 

Hays District School, Miss Etta Ellerhorst teacher 

Hays Henry, extraman Engine Co, No 2 

Hays James, plumber, windmill repairer &c, res 2 Forty- 
fourth 

Hav- Montgomery s expressman, res 2 Fortv-fourth 

Hays W P, carpenter S P Co, res S70 Campbell 

Hayselden Annie Mrs, res 360 E Sixteenth 

Hayward , gardener, res Areata House 

Hazelton Harry H, clerk H W Hill, res 901 Washington 

Hazelton William, printer, S F, res 984 Willow 

Hazely William, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 
764 Fourth 

Hazlett George, laborer S P Co 

Hazletl M A Mrs, res 2041 Linden 

Hazlett William J, employe Pacihc Iron and Nail Co. 764 ^^l 
Fourth 

Heacock Benjamin, miller Golden Rule Flour Mill, res 

1 156 Madison 
Heacock H B Rev, pastor Eighth Avenue Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, res 1319 Eighth ave 
Heacock M A Mi--, res 1319 Eighth ave 
Head C P Mrs, res 760 Tenth 

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Head William, butler, res L376 Madison r* 

Heald Allen, mining, re- L120 Ninth a\ h 

II. iald Fred 8, carpenter, res L120 Ninth ave J3 
Heald Geo H, shipping clerk Pacific Press, res ss l Milton |' 
Healey Annie Miss,* laandress Contra Costa Laundry, n 
736 Linden 

ley .lane-, liarne-- cleaner Fashion Stable, ti 

Linden 
Healey .lane- Jr, newsboy, res 736 Linden 
Healev John, Laborer East Oakland Brick Yard, res l ll;> 

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HEALTH OFFICER, Daniel D Crowley, Fifteenth 

rear of City Hall 
j; Healy Abraham, wiper S P Co, res NE cor Forty-fourth 
.<$ and Grove 

Healy Charles S, bookkeeper, res 1261 Eleventh, E Oakland 

Healy Clara Miss, res 861 Harrison 

Healy E Mrs, res 708 Eleventh 

Healy Edward M, tailor M J Healy, res 861 Harrison 

Healy J Mrs, res 2 Forty-third 

Healy Jesse, res 1012 Clay 

Healy J H, physician, res 1012 Clay 

Healy John, artist and paper hanger McGovern & Cahill, 

res 861 Harrison 
Healy Joseph, painter, res 861 Harrison 
Healy Joseph, painter, res Newland House 
Healy Henry, laborer S P Co, res 731^ Henry 
Healy Maria Miss, carpet sewer McGovern & Cahill, res 

861 Harrison 
Healy Maurice J, merchant tailor, 1069 Broadway, res 861 

Harrison 
Healy Michael, driver O C R Co, res 2 Forty-third 
Healy Patrick, laborer, res 1810 William 
Healy Patrick J, laborer, res 1323 Myrtle 
Healy Richard, driver O C R R Co, res 2 Forty-third 
Heaney Annie Miss, laundress, res 1218 Cypress 
Heaney Honora Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 

1218 Cypress 
Heaney Kate Miss, res 856 Jefferson 
Heaney Sarah Mrs, janitress Grove Street School, res 856 

Jefferson 
Hearsey Mason E, machine hand, S F, res 1128 Myrtle 
Hearst J W, letter carrier, res 801 Twenty-sixth 
Hearther Chas, barber A Kieso, res Fifth nr Broadway 
Heath High O, plasterer, res 960 Clay 
Heath Virginia D Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 1812 

Taylor, S F 
Heath Walter, house decorator, res 858 Clay 
Heather Lily Miss, res 1164 Peralta 
Heather Seaton, res The Arlington 
Heaton Jennie M Miss, res 1225 Webster 
Heaton Mary C Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 1216 Fil- 
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Heaton Thos L Prof, res Blake House 
Heaton Warran, traveling insurance agt, res 1216 Filbert 





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Heaton Warren D, capitalist, 1106 Broadway, res 1225 

Webster 
Heavey Hugh, laborer, res 674 Twenty-sixth 
Heavey Mary Miss, domestic, res 1261 Center 
Heckell W F, brakeman S P Co, res 914 Pine 
Heckert Henry, sub-foreman S P Co 

Heckert William baker New York Bakery, res 408 Ninth 
Heckman Ernest, repairer S P Co, res 1675 Atlantic 
Heckrnan Frank F, apprentice California Electrical Works, 

res 1722 Twelth 
Heckmen Francis C, boot and shoemaker, 859 Hood, res 

1720 Twelth 
Heckman Lena Miss, res 1675 Atlantic 
Heckman Wm, cleaner S P Co, res 1675 Atlantic 
Heckman Wm Jr, yardman S P Co, res 1675 Atlantic 
Hecox C E Mrs, dressmaker, 1104 Broadway, res same 
Hedberg Fred, coachman S M Babbitt, res 1954 Webster 
Hedemark A, capet layer McGovern & Cahill, res E Nin- 

teenth nr Twentieth ave 
Hedges E R, druggest Merriman Manufacturing Co, res 219 

Tenth 
Bedman Emma, domestic, 1331 Chestnut 
I l<-duck Lyman, dentist, res 970 Twenty-sixth a\ 
Heduck Walter M, res 970 Twnety-sixth ave 
Beebner Theresa Miss, res 661 Grove 
Heelan John, laborer, res 710 Twenth -seventh 
II riian John, laborer, rea Franklin Hotel 
II<< aey Anne Mrs, res 711 Sixth 
Beeney Rich, teamster, rea Franklin Hotel 
Heei- Herman, rea 89] Bay 
Beeseman Charles J, clerk C & A Nordhausen, res 563 

Fourteenth 
Besseman Gerhard F, salesman C & A Nordhausen. res 563 

Fourteenth 
lb Miii II M , furniture dealer, 754 Seventh, res s ~>7 Brush 
Befty Berger, employe 8 P Co, pea s|| l Willow 
Befty Carrie Mi — , bookkeeper Davis Bros, S F, rea s,,t > 

Franklin 
Befty Emma Mrs, teacher, rea 806 Franklin 
Befty G, employe 8 P Co, rea S(, l Willow 
Befty Mathias, carpenter, pea B06 Franklin 
I [egadorn < h l 247 Fontainbleau a\ i 

.in John, carpenter, pea cor Piedmont ave and Nfoa ave 
Beider Ern< ign writer Al Wood, rea l~r_' Seaward 

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Heider William, student R H Cool, res 1504 San Pablo ave 

Heidt Jacob, poultry rancher, res Commercial Melrose 

Heier Henry, farmer, res 825 Filbert 

Heim J J bookbinder, res St John 'House 

Heim Julius F H, (Swenarton & Heim, S F) res 1336 Fil- 
bert 

Heiman Isaac, peddler, res 267 Third 

Heimbold Eva Miss, milliner Mrs N Larymance, res 1411 
Franklin 

Heimbold Julius, contractor, res 1411 Franklin 

Heinay Sarah Mrs, res 1157 Franklin 

Heine Adolph, Home Bakery, 1263 San Pablo ave, res same 

Heinimann Emma Miss, res cor Twenty-third ave and E 
Twenty-seventh 

Heinimann John M, physician and surgeon, res cor Twenty- 
third ave and E Twenty-seventh 

Heinimann M Dr, physician and surgeon, res cor Twenty- 
third ave and E Twenty-seventh 

Heino Julius, Dentist A F Merriman & Son res S F 

Heino Louis, plumer, J G Poorinan, res 909 E Fourteenth 

Heinold Conrad bookkeeper, res 542 Webster 

Heinold John M, saloon, 542 Webster, res 305 Second 

Heinrich Charles, tailor, res 562 Sixth 

Heitmann William D, roller Pacific Iron and Nail Works, 
res 665 Webster 

Held Ernest, barber, S F, res 489 Orchard 

Held George C, clerk Metropolitan Manufacturing Co, res 
816 Chester 

Held John, bartender Kuhnle & Muller, res 816 Chester 

Held Justus, -stock raiser, res 1666 Telegraph ave 

Heleker John, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 736 
Henry 

Heleker Joseph, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 
736 Henry 

Heleker Peter, laborer, res 736 Henry 

Helems Edith, fitter Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 
Pullman House 

Helems E J Mrs, fitter Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, 
res Pullman House 

Hellend Maurice, painter, res 1409 Twelfth 

Heller Paul, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 969 

Fifth 
Hellman Bertha Miss, res 1460 Linden 
Hellman Isaac, cleaner S P Co 
Hellman Jacob, res 716 Seventh 
Hellman Regina Mrs, varieties, 1684 Lincoln 



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Hellinan Solomon, tailor, res 1460 Linden 

Hellocker Lizzie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Helman M J, machinist, S F, res 713 Jefferson 

Helmeg Martin, laborer, res L T nion ave nr Green, Stock 

Yards 
Helmke Bros (Conrad and John) grocers, 1552 Broadway 
Helmke Charles (Helmke, Graber & Westerman, S F) res 

1173 Seventh 
Helmke Conrad (Helmke Bros) res 407 Twenty-second 
Helmke John (Helmke Bros) res 1554 Broadway 
Helsel Cora Miss, res 77i> Twelfth 
Helsel Henrv C, cabinet maker, res 1202 West 
Helsel Ida B^Mrs, res 1202 West 
Helsel Samuel J, employe Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 

Twelfth 
Hemenway Eleanor Miss, res 613 Eighteenth 
Hemenway E T Mrs, res 613 Eighteenth 
Hemmers Otto C, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Golden Gate 
Hemphill Chas F, baker, res 755 Clay 
Hemphill Uriah, res 755 Clay 
Hemphill William C, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, 

res Commercial Union Hotel 
Hempstead M A Mrs, res 729 Tenth 
Hempstead M C Mrs, res 729 Tenth 
I Unas M & Co (M Henas and A F Cordoza) groceries, 

liquors and cigars, 930 E Fourteenth 
Henas Manuel (M Henas & Co) res 930 E Fourteenth 
lUncka Theodore, laborer, res L860 Division 
Henderson - — , painter Win II Weilbye 



Henderson A Mrs, fancy goods, notions, etc, 1503 Seventh, 

rea same 
Henderson Agnus V Miss, res 1067 Willow 
Henderson B A Miss, milliner Lerov II Briggs, res 483 

Twenty-fifth 
Henderson Chas, porter S Plante, res 664 Fourth 
Henderson Charles E, letter carrier, res 1 1 L6 Broadwaj 
Henderson Daniel D, carriage painter Frederick A Arth, 

re- .".1 1 Seventh 

Henderson David M, bookkeeper, 8 F. n Edwards 

Henderson I > w i l: 1 » t A., carpenter, rea L067 Willow 
Henderson George I., salesman Huntington, H«»pkin> Co, 

S V, rei 7»i7 Alice 

Henderson George W, house mover, re- L906 Broadwaj 



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HENDERSON & GIBASD (Win J Henderson 
and John P Girard) proprs Brunswick Billiard Parlors, 
472 Ninth 

Henderson Harry H, brakeman S P Co, res 481 Twenty- 
fifth 

Henderson Henry E, painter P N Kuss, res 810 Harrison 
Henderson Herbert, laborer, res 1906 Broadw r ay 
Henderson James, expressman, res 1503 Seventh 
Henderson John H, collector Kenton Coal Co, res 767 

Alice 
Henderson Julia M, domestic, 923 Linden 
Henderson K A Mrs, res 762 Willow 
Henderson M A Dr, res 1519 Fifth 
Henderson M J Mrs, dressmaker, res 1055 Washington 
Henderson Oliver P, dental student Dr C S Lane, res 970 

Jefferson 
Henderson Rebecca T Miss, res 859 Castro 
Henderson Samuel, teamster Renton Coal Co, res Winters 

Hotel 
Henderson Thomas, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult 

Blind, res same 
HENDERSON THOMAS H, agent Renton Coal 

Co, 413 Tenth, res 767 Alice 
Henderson Thomas N, pattern maker S P Co, res 483 

Twenty-fifth 
Henderson T J, painter Al Wood & Bro, res Vernon Heights 
Henderson William, mariner, res 246 Eddie 
Henderson Win J (Henderson & Girard) res Ross House 
Hendricks Charles, tailor, res 562 Sixth 
Hendricks Edward, butcher, res Golden Gate 
Hendricks Eunice, res 1161 Peralta 
Hendricks Sarah E, res 1161 Peralta 

Hendricks Victoria Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Hendricksen Christian, first cook Industrial Home for the 

Adult Blind, res same 
Hendricksen M, second cook Industrial Home for the Adult 

Blind, res same 
Hendricksen Kirstine Mrs, widow, res 710 Twenty-ninth 
Hendrickson Chas E, letter carrier, res La Clede House 
Hendrickson Christian, laborer, res 1605 Myrtle 
Hendrickson George R, traveling agt, S F, res 1367 Twelfth 

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Hendrickson W D, letter carrier, res La Clede House 
Hendrix Josie H Mrs, widow, 768 res Fifteenth 
Hendry Joseph, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res 516 Seven- 
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Hendry R Mrs, dressmaker, 516 Seventeenth, res same 
Henery Thomas, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult 

Blind, res same 
Henessey John, plumber, res 1522 Fifth 
Henessey James, salesman J C Nichols & Co, S F, res 1820 

Goss 
Henessy Morris, tanner, S F, res 1820 Goss 
Henessy Win, carpenter S P Co, res 1522 Fifth 
Henessv Win J, cabinet maker Union Iron Works, S F, res 

1820 Goss 
Henken Fred, employe Arder Bros, res SE cor Eighteenth 

ave and E Fourteenth 
Henken J F, groceries and liquors, SE cor Eighteenth ave 

and E Fourteenth 
Henken Linda Miss, res SE cor Eighteenth ave and E Four- 
teenth 
Henken Minnie Miss, res SE cor Eighteenth ave and E 

Fourteenth 
Henker Theodore, laborer, res 1860 Division 
Henn Mrs, washerwoman, res 1005 Twenty-second (rear) 
Henheberry A J, teamster, res 1814 Taylor 
Henneberry James D, teamster, Broadway nr Seventh, res 

1814 Taylor 
Henneberry Martin, moulder Phoenix Foundry, res cor 

Third and Market 
Henneberry Minnie A Miss, res 167") Twelfth 
HENNEBERRY THOMAS P, proprietor 

Phoenix Foundry, 627 Market, res 1675 Twelfth 
Henneger Nicholas, res 412 Twenty-sixth 
Hennessey Agnes Mrs, widow, teacher art work, 802 Alice, 

res same 
Hennessey Frank, res 767 Alice 
Hennessey John II. plasterer, 360 Third 
Hennessey Margaret Mrs, domestic Mr Fitzgerald, res 313 

Fourteenth 
Hennessey James, laborer, rea 351 Prospect 
Hennessey May Miss, res 351 Prospect 
Hennessey M J, rea 35] Prospect 
Hennessy Simon, laborer, res 351 Prospect 
Hennig Frederick M, head gardener James Hutcheson, rea 

L814 Telegraph ave 
Henning Abel, gas fitter, rea 730 Webster 
Henning Carl, tailor W Norwell, 8 F, res L723 Eighth 
Henning Edward, clerk MANNING & SON, res 

L020 Willow 
Henning Henry A. machinist, 8 F, res L020 Willow 

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Henning John B, carpenter, res 1020 Willow 

Henning Thomas, gas engineer Oakland Gas Light and 

Heat Co, res 830 Webster 
Henninger Fred, shoemaker, 1309 San Pablo ave, res same 
Henninger John A, propr Grand Western Hotel, 1756 and 

1758 Seventh 
Hennings Annie C Miss, teacher Cole School, res 1652 Four- 
teenth 
Hennings Henry, clerk Richard Rademann, res 1020 Third 
Hennings John, barkeeper J Kayser & Co, res cor Seventh 

and Franklin 
Hennings M, teacher Prescott School, res 1652 Fourteenth 
Hennings Martin A, clerk, S F, res 1652 Fourteenth 
Hennings Michael N, fireman S P Co, res 1652 Fourteenth 
Hennings Mollie C, asst bookkeeper Kahn's, res 1652 Four- 
teenth 
Hennings Robert A, res 1652 Fourteenth 
Henon Charles W, brick mason, res 358 Seventh 
Henon Paul, apprentice brick mason, res 358 Seventh 
Henrichs August, wine merchant, S F, res 950 Kirkham 
Henry Alice E Miss, artist, res 1303 Jefferson 
Henry Ashmun C, pres California Bank and Trust Co, res 

1221 Harrison 
Henry C Mrs, dressmaker Carrie Schall, res 533 Seven- 
teenth 
Henry Carlile, salesman White Sewing Machine Co, res 

1221 Harrison 
Henry Chas, tailor M J KELLER, res 562 Sixth 
Henry Chas A, bookkeeper California Bank and Trust Co, 

res 1221 Harrison 
Henry E Mrs, dressmaker, res 559 Sixth 
Henry Etta, employe California Hosiery Co, res 559 Sixth 
Henry George, plasterer, res 1666 Broadway 
Henry George, car driver Fourteenth Street Railway, res 

1814 Fifteenth 
Henry Geo S, clerk, res 1221 Harrison 
Henry House (lodging) Chas E Eliot propr, 462 Ninth* 
Henry Ida B Miss, res 1303 Jefferson 
Henry J G, res 1111 Tenth 
Henry M A Mrs, res 1303 Jefferson 
Henry Mike, res Winthrop House 
Henry Saml S, salesman, S F, res 1303 Jefferson 
Henry T Sherman (Weitman & Henry) res 504 Fifteenth 
Henry Walter H, student University of California, res 1221 

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Henry William, machinist, res 1624 Linden 



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Heuscb Mrs, res Home for Aged Women 
Henseler Ann B Mrs, res 919 Thirty-sixth 
Henseler Louisa Miss, res 919 Thirty-sixth 
Hensev Samuel, machinist S P Co, res cor Goss and Willow 
Heushaw Edward T (Taylor & Co) res 1221 Linden 
Henshaw Fred W, res 1504 Fourth ave 
Henshaw John C, lumber dealer, res 1221 Linden 
Henshaw Sarah E Mrs, res 941 Myrtle 
Henshaw Tyler, cashier S F, res 941 Myrtle 
HENSHAW WM Gr, manager Wm J Dingee, and 
vice-president Union Savings Bank, res 276 E Four- 
teenth 
Hensler Louise Miss, laundress Troy Steam Laundry 
Hensley John, carpenter, res 1311 San Pablo ave 
Henton Griffith, carpenter, res 242*2 Telegraph ave 
Hepburn A L Mrs, dressmaker, res Nucleus House 
Hepburn Rufus, contractor, res 804 Washington 
Herbert Joseph, car driver Fourteenth Street Railway res 

1164 Peralta 
Herbert Paul W, wood carver, S F, res L456 Third 

HERBERT & SONDERLEITER (Theodore 

Herbert A: Frank Sonderleiter) saloon, 47 < Ninth 
Herbert Theodore (Herbert & Sonderleiter) res 152 Fifth 
Herbert W, employe Burnham-Standeford Co £3 

Herbert II A, contractor, res 358 Seventh fQ 

Herbsl Joanna Mrs, res Forty-seventh nr Salem o 

Herchival J II, employe S P Co, res The Centennial 
Herd Gertrude Miss, teacher, res 490 M< rriraac 
Herd John, clerk Brown A: Craig, 8 F, res 490 Merriraae 
Herd Lillie Miss, teacher Shasta County, res 490 Merriraae 
Herd Lucy M iss, res 490 Merriraae 
Herd Nellie Miss, stenographer Stocker & Holland, res 490 

Merrimac 
Herden Adolph, painter, res 519 Twenty-second 
Hergel Harry, locksmith and bell hanger, L 266 San Pablo 

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Bering Anna M Mrs, res 1 lh'»'. San Pablo ave 
Herlitz Hermann, laborer 8 I* Co, res 1515 Fifth 
I [erlitz Robert, miller, s F, res ( lolden I rate 
Herman Andrew, clerk, 8 F, res 1372 Eighth 
Herman M A Mrs, res 610 Twelfth 
Herman Marian Miss, music teacher, res 761 Fifth 
Herman Mary A Mrs, res »'» n »'> Eighteenth 
Hermann Elias S, commission merchant, S F, res 761 Fifth 
Hermann John, saddler R .1 Beebe, res 273 Sixth 

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Hermann Meyer, salesman Abrahamson Brothers, res 761 
Fifth 

HERMITAGE HOUSE, Leon Faure, proprietor, 
terminus Fruit Vale ave 

Hern J J, printer Tribune Pub Co, res St John House 

Hernan M H, atty-at-law, rooms 9-10, 906 Broadway, res 
710 Fifteenth 

Hernandes Manuel, asst foreman Alameda Macadamizing 
Co's quarry, res same 

HERON ERNEST A f real estate and insurance, 
1050 Broadway, res 572 Tenth 

Heron Kate Miss, res 508^ Fifteenth 

Herr Edward, hackman McCleverty & Noblett, res 358 Sev- 
enth 

Herrick Alice F Miss, teacher, res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrick Annie M, teacher, res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrick Bertha F Miss, res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrick D, employe Pullman Palace Car Co, res Grand Cen- 
tral House 

Herrick E M, lumber merchant, res 2081 Webster 

Herrick Florence L Miss, res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrick Lucy A Miss, res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrick Margaret C Miss, res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrick Wm A, teller, S F, res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrick Wm F, Commercial Insurance Co, S F, res 1302 
Twelfth 

Herrington Charles, driver soda mfrs, res 1273 San Pablo 
ave 

Herrman Albert, cigar maker RKuerzel, res 613 Fifteenth 

Herrott Margaret L Mrs, widow, res 1012 Ninth ave 

HERRQD WILLIAM (Wright & Herrod) res 1265 
Franklin 

Hersch Ben, cigar maker Fibush Bros, res Galindo Hotel 

Hersey & Chloupek (E A Hersey and Vincent Chloupek) 
City Brass Works, 477 Fourth 

Hersey E A (Hersey & Chloupek) res 466^ Thirteenth 

Hersey Frederick H (S Foster & Co, S F) res 1252 Frank- 
lin 

Hershberg Belle Miss, res 1362 Grove 

Hershberg H & Co, wholesale liquors, 508 Seventh 

Hershberg P Mrs, res 1362 Grove 

Hershfield & Burnette (John J Hershfield and Charles J 
Burnette) saloon, 406 Seventh 

Hershfield John J (Hershfield & Burnette), res 406 Seventh 

Hershpring David, res 213 Second 

Hershpring Isaac, peddler, res 213 Second 




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bberd II E Mrs, dressmaker, res L216 Seventh 

ckethier Richard E, res 617 Ninth 

ckman L Mrs, res i :;i>o Madison 

ckmaD L M. capitalist, res 1300 Madison 

ckman Louisa A Mrs, res L52J Eighth 

ckey Andrew, res 555 Twenty-second 



Herst John W, mail carrier, res 801 Twenty-sixth 
Herst Mary J Mrs, dressmaker SOI Twenty-sixth, res same 
Herst William, carpenter S P Co, res 801 Twenty-sixth 
HEEZER GEORGE A, Palace Drug^ Store, SE 
cor Twentieth and San Pablo ave, res 1490 San Pablo 
ave 
Herzog Otto H, clerk Gier & Schulze, res 616 Twelfth 
Heslep Jos W, car cleaner, res 1162 Fifth 
Hespe Fred, shade maker McGovern & Cahill, res 803 Castro 
Hespe Frederick, carpet layer Christian Schireiber, res 677 

Sixth 
Hess Adolph, hostler El Dorado Stable, res 377 Eleventh 
Hess Louis, waiter Tubbs Hotel 
Hess L P, physician and surgeon rooms S and 9 1103^ 

Broadway, res 20 and 21 Coleman Block 
Hess Will F, printer, res 404 Fifth 

Hesson M, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 1430 Third 
Hetkes Robert, artificial stone mfr, office and res 1691 

Eighth 
Heverin Mamie Miss, res 862 Twenty-first 
Heverin Patrick, sewer contractor, res 862 Twenty-first 
Heverin Thomas, sewer contractor, res 862 Twenty-first 
Hewes Charles L, clerk Pierce & Co, res The Arlington 
Hewes Charles W, accountant, res The Arlington 
Eewett M D, res 1014 Webster 

Hewitt Charles H, Oakland French Laundry, res 960 Twen- 
ty-ninth 
Hewitt Grace Miss, res 1216 Filbert 

Hewitt Libby Miss, milliner Kahn Bros, res 1103^ Broad- 
way 
Hewlett Henry II, student, res 476 E Eighteenth 
Hewlett Louis, hay and grain, 1116 Eighth ave, res 476 E 

Eleventh 
Hexer Louis M Miss, nurse, res 1339 Alice 
I lever Chas, res Weber Hotel 
Beyer Henry, baker, res Pacific bel Wood and Pine 

Heyman Henry, music teacher Field Seminary 

Heywood II . engineer S P Co, res West Berkeley 

Heywood Marv Mrs, res 1 los Klcventh 



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Hickey Daniel, wiper S P Co, res 260 Fourth 

Hickey Geo C, compositor Morning Times, res 512 Eighth \ 

Hickey Hannah Mrs, res Spring nr Adeline 

Hickey John, iron moulder, res s s Spring nr Adeline 

Hickey John D, engine wiper, res 323 Ninth 

Hickey Katie Miss, res s s Spring nr Adeline 

Hickey L F & Co (Lawrence F Hickey) carpet cleaning 

works, 361 Thirteenth 
Hickey Mary Miss, res s s Spring nr Adeline 
Hickey Patrick, foreman freight dept S P Co, res 1258 

• Fifth ave 
Hickey Theresa Miss, telegraph operator, S F, res 930 

Peralta 
Hickey Thomas, plasterer, res 1258 Fifth ave 
Hickies Wm W, miner, res 1853 Union 
Hickling Annie Mrs, dressmaker, res 1661 Seward 
Hickling Thomas, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 

1661 Seward 
Hickling Wm, blacksmith, S F, res 1559 Seventh 
Hickman I, blacksmith S P Co, res 1621 Eighth 
Hickman R D, res 1006 Franklin 
Hickmott A H Mrs, widow, res Winsor Hotel 
Hickok B E (B E Hickok & Son) res 1166 Madison 
Hickok B E & Son (B E and C T Hickok) proprs Golden 

Rule Flour Mills, 411-417 Third 
Hickok C T (B E Hickok & Son) res 660 Fourteenth 
Hickox John H, clerk S P Co, res 1014 Broadway 
Hicks Jennie C Miss, teacher of elecution, res 1216 Eighth 
Hicks John, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Park 

Exchange Hotel 
Hieatt H C, master mariner, res The Arlington 
Hientermeyer Frank, salesman S F, res 1314 Linden 
Hientermeyer John, printer Enquirer, res 1314 Linden 
Hierlihy, Bell & Co (T L Hierlihy and A P Bell) propr 

Pioneer Planing Mill, SW cor First and Broadway 
Hierlihy T L (Hierlihy Bell & Co) res Alameda 
Higbie Alfred T, carpenter, res 1216 Twentith ave 
Higby Charles B, res 2143 Elm 
Higby Eben J, apprentice S F res 1058 Kirkham 
Higby Edward P, student Sackett School, res 2133 Elm 
Higby Ellen M Mrs, widow, res 1058 Kirkham 
Higby Ellen M Miss res 1058 Kirkham 
Higby Joseph R, res 1058 Kirkham 
Higby Ruth Miss, student, res 1058 Kirkham 
Higby Sadie L Miss, student, res 1058 Kirkham 
Higby Wm, brakeman S P Co, res 1058 Kirkham 



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Higgins James, blacksmith S P Co, res 1511 Fifth 
Higgins Albert H, commission merchant S F, res 1163 

Brush 
Higgins Alexander, door maker California Door Co, res 

1781 Walsh 
Higgins Arthur, bar tender, res 1004 Third 
Higgins 1) Mi-s, res 1447 Chestnut 
Higgins Bernard, dairyman, res 823 Sixteenth 
Higgins Bridget Mrs, res 1447 Chestnut 
Higgins Dennis, employe S P Co, res 1570 Third 
Higgins Elisha, lumber merchant S F, res 67S Thirteenth 
Higgins Emma Miss, res 127S Seventeen 
Higgins Eugene L, contractor and builder, Sycamore 
Higgins Harvey G, artesian well borer, res 554 Thirty-ninth 
Higgins H E, res Park ave cor Hollis, Emeryville 
Higgins Henry E, carriage painter Oakland Carriage Co, 

res Randlett House 
Higgins Ida Miss, nurse, res 2315 Peralta 
Higgins James, hostler Dashaway Stables, res 370 Eleventh 
Higgins John, tracklayer S P Co, res 127S Seventeenth 
Higgins John, employe Oakland Planing Mills, res 13S5 

Broadway 
Higgins John W, farmer, res 554 Thirty-ninth 
Higgins Joseph B, salesman S F, res 1447 Chestnut 
Higgins Lewis T, contractor and builder, res Sycamore 
Higgins Michal, miner, 1267 E Eleventh 
Higgins M Mrs, res 1511 Fifth 
Higgins S A Mrs, res 833 Magnolia 
Higgins Thomas, laborer S P Co, res 

Higgins Walter F, mate steamer Silverspring, res 840 Sev- 
enteenth 
Higgins William II. carpenter, res 938 Thirty-fourth 
Higgs Elizabeth Mrs, baker, 1319 San Pablo ave res same 

£8 Henry, res 1319 San Pablo ave 
High William II, note clerk Union National Bank, res L432 

Webster 
High Wm II Jr, note clerk Union National Bank, res 1432 

Webster 
Higham Brothers (Elijah and John Higham) real estate and 

insurance, 17 1 Tent h 
Higham Elijah, res L003 ( Hay 

Higham John, real estate, 1 Sutter, B P, res 563 Twentieth 
1 1 igham Josephine M rs, res L003 ( 'lay 
Higham Violetta .1 Miss, pea LOOS Clay 
Higuera Fred, coachman, res <> ,;,) Ah 
1 1 [guera I 1 ■•• painter, pea 660 A ii< 



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Higuera John, farmer, res n s Forty-sixth nr Grove 

Higuera Manuel, barber W C Fleischhauer, res 374 First 

Higuera Paula Mrs, widow, res 660 Alice 

Higuera Samuel, painter, res 660 Alice 

Higuera Thomas, driver city water cart, res 660 Alice 

Hilborn Grace Miss, res 354 E Fourteenth 

Hilborn Samuel G, atty-at-law, S F, res 354 E Fourteenth 

Hildebrand George D, agt, S F, res 2013 Brook 

Hildebrand Nannie Miss, res 513 Sixteenth 

Hildebrand S J, head miller National Mill, S F, res 1019 

Brush 
Hildibrand N J Miss, res 763 Webster 
Hilken Daniel, fireman S P Co, res SE cor Dover and 

Merced ave 
Hilkert Bessie Miss, clerk Wm J F Laage, res 516 Seventh 

Hill /carpenter, res 517 Sixth 

Hill A B, employe S P Co, res 316 Tenth 
Hill Annie Miss, teacher The Haven School, res 539 Thirty- 
sixth 
Hill Arthur B (Horace Davis & Co, S F) res 1081 E 

Twenty-third 
Hill Augustus, clerk New York Tea Co, res 1607 New 

Broadway 
Hill Christian C, bookkeeper S F, res 242 Eddie 
Hill Chauncey K (C K Hill & Co) res 906 Broadway 
HILL C K & CO (Chauncey K Hill) architects, 

Blake & Moffitt Building, 906 Broadway 
Hill David, lather, res 1577 Market 
Hill Edgar A, surveyor, city engineer's office, res 493 

Plymouth ave 
Hill Edward, artist, res cor Piedmont ave and Gaskill 
HILL ELLA MISS, proprietor and manager The 

Haven Institute, 906 Broadway, res 539 Thirty-sixth 
Hill Emma Miss, res 1577 Market 

Hill Eva Miss, hair dresser S M Abbott, res 1577 Market 
Hill George (Geo Hill & Co) res 1382 Telegraph ave 
Hill George & Co (George Hill and Richard Cowell) 

wholesale fruit and produce and commission agts, 

475 Eleventh 
Hill Harry, clerk Geo Hill & Co, res 1382 Telegraph ave 
Hill Henry B, carpenter, res 1426 Eleventh 
Hill Henry L, carpenter, res 825 Kirkham 
HILL HENRY W, druggist, 901 Washington, res 

Winsor House 
Hill Howard, res 539 Thirty-sixth 
Hill James, variety store, 1690 Eighth, res same 



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Hill James, night watchman City Hall, res 818 Clay 
Hill J Clayton, clerk B & B deptS P Co, res 218 Tenth 
Hill John A, clerk New York Tea Co, res 1607 Broadway 
Hill John B, clerk Geo Hiil & Co, res 1382 Telegraph ave 
Hill John H, student Hopkins Academy, res Telegraph ave 
Hill Robert L Jr, student, res 564 Fourteenth 
Hill Minnie Miss, piano soloist, res 1382 Telegraph ave 
Hill M R Mrs, res 539 Thirty-sixth 
Hill Osmar, carpenter, res Railroad Exchange 
Hill Pleasant, cook, res 1868 Seventh 

Hill R L, physician and surgeon (homeopathist) 564 Four- 
teenth res same 
Hill Robt B, asst bookkeeper White Bros, S F, res 1315 

Eleventh ave 
Hill Samuel, res 1072 Eighteenth 
Hill Thorns, artist, res cor Piedmont ave and Gaskill 
Hill Thomas C, artesian well borer, res 825 Kirkham 
Hill Win, expressman, res 1577 Market 
Hillam Allan J, cash boy, res 1248 Center 
Hillam James, plasterer, res 1248 Center 
Hillam Jane E Miss, fitter Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, 

res 1248 Center 
Ililler Caroline A Mrs, res 1305 Franklin 
HIIililER M E MRS, milliner and dressmaker, 

1115 Washington, res 663 Twelfth 
Sillier Theodore, blacksmith S P Co, res 834 Cedar 
Hilling Addie Miss, res 673 Thirty-fourth 
Hilling Eugene H, plumber, res 673 Thirty-fourth 
Billing Lila Miss, res 673 Thirty-fourth 
Hilling Susie B Mrs, widow, res 673 Thirty-fourth 
1 1 ill man Grafton, salesman Seott Bros, res L156 Union 
Billman James R, bartender Thomas Crowley, res 329 Fifth 
Hills Austin II, commission merchant, S P, res L558 Eighth 
Hills E l>. res L375 Tenth ave 
Hills Luther B, conductor O R Co, res 669 Twenty-third 

HILLYARD MINOR, wood, coal, hay and" -rain. 

L300 >an Pablo ave res L320 Castro 
Ilillvard Peter, bootblack Brooklyn Station, res Union 

Hotel 
Hilton Carrie Miss, res L209 Market 
Hilton Charles W, clerk 8 P Co, 8 V. res r_ , <» , .» Market 
Hilton Emma M eacher Duranl School, res 572 Tenth 
Hilton Emma Miss, teacher German, Depue ft Aydelotte's 

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Hilton Grac< Miss, res L209 Market 
1 1 ilton II LM L88, teacher, res 1 66 Tenth 



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Hilvorsen John, carpenter, res 1226 Thirtieth 

Himes Ernest, carpenter, res 973 Washington 

Hincheon John, res 555 Broadway 

Hinchman W H, propr Oakland Trotting Park, Hollis nr 
Park ave, Emeryville 

Hinckley Chas, clerk, res 862 Chester 

Hinckley D B, Fulton Iron Works, S F, res Fruit Vale ave 

Hinckley Edward R, res Fruit Vale ave 

Hinckley Fritz W, res Fruit Vale ave 

Hindman E, res Galindo Hotel 

Hinds Firman D, res 827 Castro 

Hinds Francis Patrick, carpenter, res 1432 Linden 

Hinds Hiram C, compositor Oakland Enquirer, res 1358 
Brush 

Hinds Wiley, ranch owner, res 1733 Myrtle 

Hine Edward, tailor, res 775 Twenty-second 

Hine Grace Miss, dressmaker, res 775 Twenty-second 

Hine Jacob D, tailor Greenhood & Moran, res 775 Twenty- 
second 

Hines James J, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 

Hines W H, carpenter, res 161 Third 

Hines Bertha Miss, res 957 Campbell 

Hines John C, stereotyper, S F, res 1271 Eighth ave 

Hinkle Eveline Miss, res 525 E Eleventh 

Hinkle J M, physician S F, res 525 E Eleventh 

Hinkley John L, salesman C W Knox 

Hinman Albert F, res 968 Fifth 

Hinman Bessie Miss, student, res 968 Fifth 

Hinman Gertrude L Miss, teacher of vocal music, res 632 
Eighteenth 

Hinman Henry L, clerk Whitney, Standard & Oakland 
Transfer Co, res 968 Fifth 

Hinman Louis A, clerk Kast & Co, res 968 Fifth 

Hinman Mary E Miss, res 632 Eighteenth 

Hinsdale Charles W, train dispatcher S P Co, res 1011 Lin- 
den 

Hinsdale D C, deputy city auditor, res 1136 E Seventeenth 

Hintermeyer Frank, laborer, S F, res 1314 Linden 

Hintermeyer John F, compositor Oakland Enquirer, res 
1314 Linden 

Hinton M A Mrs, music teacher, res 1514 San Pablo ave 

Hinton S Mrs, compositor Pacific Press, res 714 Eleventh 

Hinz William wholesale milliner, res 679£ Sixth 

Hirsch B, cigar maker, res Galindo Hotel 

Hirsch Hermann, cabinet maker, res 2072 Market 

Hirschberg Mary Mrs, res 316 Ninth 



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Hirshbaum Moses, clerk M Scharman, res 1067 Broadway 
Hirsh berg Alex (Hirshberg Oc Quigley) res 316 Ninth 
Ilirshberg D Miss, clerk A II Ackerman, res 316 Ninth 
BLirshberg David S, res 1456 Castro 

HIRSHBEEG & QUIGLEY (Alex Hirshberg 
and Charles E Quigley), cigars and tobacco, 970 Broad- 
way 

Hirst A, cleaner S P Co, res 815 Wood 

Hirst H N, repairer S P Co, res 815 Wood 

Hirst J W, mail carrier res 801 Twenty-sixth 

Hirst Mary J Mrs, res 801 Twenty-sixth 

Hirst William, compositor, res 801 Twenty-sixth 

lliscox Lester B, foreman Eagle Box Factory, res 1076 Four- 
teenth 

Hiscox Richard A, bookkeeper Eagle Box and Manufacturing 
Co, res 1076 Fourteenth 

Hitchcock Chester, capitalist, res 2431 Piedmont ave 

Hitchcock E Miss, ladies' nurse, rer Winsor House 

Hitchcock Gsorge W, chief engineer steamer Dora, res 360 
E Seventeenth 

Hitchcock Mary Miss, res 1214 Clay 

Hitchcock Mary C Mrs, widow, res 530 Hobart 

Hitchcock M C Mrs, res 530 Hobart 

Hitchcock P M Mrs, dressmaker 1214 Clay, res same 

Hite Abram E, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult 
Blind, res same 

HOAG CHAS P, clerk Home Security Building and 
Loan Association, res Berkelev 

Hoag E J, res 1020 Jefferson 

Hoag Florence F Miss, res 1020 Jefferson 

Hoag Frank 0, machinist, S F, res L066 Tenth 

Hoag James K, flagman Thirteenth and Webster street 
crossing, res Weber I Intel 

Una- .Jonathan, janitor Second Congregational Chureh. res 
985 Campbell 

Hoagland R H. U S pay office, S F, res 405 F Eleventh 

Hoard 8 A Mis, res L013 sixth ave 

Hobart Anna Mr-, rea 217 Sixteenth 

Hobarl Benj F. salesman Hawley Bros, 8 F, rea 513 E 
Fifteenth 

II,, hart Charles H, pa-tor Firs! Baptisl Church, res 914 

Si \teent ll 

IF, bait John A Mrs, rea L262 Webster 

Hobarl John II, Lumber surveyor, S F, rea 217 E Sixteenth 

I Iohart Joseph l». nailer Stock Yards 

Hobba ( ' A. painter 8 P Co, rea 177 s Division 

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Hobbs Henry, employe Pacific Iron and Xail Co, 758 Castro 

Hoblit Lillie F Miss, res 1001 Grove 

Hobson Benjamin Y, painter, res 1409 Fifteenth 

Hobson C F Mrs, res 1087 E Twenty-seventh 

Hobson F O L, clerk Contra Costa Water Co, Berkeley, res 

Atherton nr Alston Way 
Hoburn Joseph, lather, res 1735 Union 
Hockev Henrv G, Bank of British North America, S F, res 

977 E Twenty-eighth 
Hocking Albert E, sash and blind maker, res 716 Market 
Hocking E B, city gardener, res 716 Market 
Hocking Lillie Miss, res 710 Market 
Hoddy E S Mrs, res 1165 West 

Hodgdon S J Miss, teacher Durant School, res 431 Haw- 
thorn ave 

Hodge , painter, res 672 E Thirty-third 

Hodge Charles, helper Brooklyn restaurant, res same 
Hodge John R, contractor, res 1375 Sixteenth ave 
Hodges Bert S, clerk C M Verrill, res 1717 Lincoln 
Hodges George, millwright. S F, res 1717 Lincoln 
Hodges Gertrude E Miss, res 1717 Lincoln 
Hodges Selden, res 1717 Lincoln 

Hodgetts Christopher W, blacksmith, res 4754 Seward 
Hodgkins Andrew L, conductor OCR Co, res 65S Twentv- 

Sixth 
Hodgkins Edwin A, sign painter 1752^ San Pablo ave, res 

688 Twenty-sixth 
Hodgkins Mary R Mrs, res 658 Twenty-sixth 
Hodgkins Minnie R Miss, res 658 Twenty-sixth 
Hodgkins St Clair, night officer police patrol wagon, res 658 

Twenty-sixth 
Hodgkiss George, doorkeeper Pacific Stock Exchange, S F, 

res 636 Chestnut 
Hodgshead D A, physician and post-master, Golden Gate, 

res same 
Hodgshead B L, principal Bay District School, res Golden 

Gate 
Hodgson Wm, pipe organ ' maker Whally & Genung, res 

529 Sixteenth 
Hodkins Edwin, bookkeeper, res 1723 Goss 
Hodkins Louis, glove cutter M W Hodkins, res 1718 Seventh 
Hodkins Mandolin W, glove mfr, 1718 Seventh, res 1723 

Goss 
Hoenig E J, res 1148 E Fourteenth 

Hoenisch Alex, upholster, 509 Fourteenth res 1571 Filbert 
; Hoeper Max, door maker California Door Co, res 953 Wood 



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yj Hof John, fruit, 405 Fourteenth, res same 
2 Hofer Grandjean Mrs, artist, res 1166 Market 
^ ^ Hofer Hermann, "litho-printer, S F, res 1166 Market 
J} I~ HofF John, fruit stand, 405 Fourteenth, res same 
111 ^ Hoff John, clerk, res 621^ Broadway 

GO _j Hoffman , carpenter, res Areata House 

•j s^ Hoffman Anthony G, laborer S P Co, res 109 Hannah 
T < Hoffman D G, carpenter S P Co 

(— O Hoffman Edward, commission merchant and groceries, S F, 
n res 942 Union 

fjj Hoffman E L, carpenter W T Veitch 

j Hoffman Frank, driver Brooklyn Brewery, res rear E Four- 
CO teenth (921) 

Hoffman George J, architect Eagle Planing Mills, res 1057 
CO Alice 

D ' Hoffman Hugo (John Kavser & Co) res cor Seventh and 
Q- Franklin 

Hoffman Louis, driver hose reel, res 516 Fifteenth 
mJ Hoffman Walberger Mrs, res 213 Fourth 
UpJ Hoffman Wm, student, res 519 Eighth 

mm Hoffmann , carpenter, res n s Forty-fifth bet Telegraph 

Uj ave and Grove 

I Hoffmann Joseph, res 956 Campbell 
9 Hoffmann William, cabinet maker, res 626 Thirty-sixth 
mtd Hoffner Richard, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 911 
}Lmd Scventli 

IIofTschneider Anne Miss, res cor E Thirty-fifth and Sumner 

Hoffsehneider Arthur, printer, res cor E Thirty-fifth and 
■P Sumner 

^^ Hoffsehneider William (Winterburn ct Co, S F) res cor E 
g^4 Thirty-fifth and Sumner 

^^| Hoffsehneider William Jr, printer, res cor E Thirty-fifth 
|k A and Sumner 

3C IIoflenLS Frederiek, jeweler, S F, res 1666 Taylor 
pi ,2 Hofleng Mary Miss, res L666 Taylor 

yrj 1 1 < > f - : i ^ Christ, buteher, res ~>7f> Third 

^* •• Elofsaa George, butcher, res 576 'Third 
Hogan Augustus, res 2046 Union 

H Hogan Edward M, plumber, rea L314 Market 
Hogan E W, clerk Wells, Fargo & Co, rea 585 Hobart 
Hogan Jennie M iss, rea 93 I I Fnion 
I [ogan John, rea 658 Webster 

P"H Iln-;in .1 T. street - j » ri n k ler, res 'Jin Seventh 

^m Hogan Julia Mrs, fancy goods, 2046 Union, res same 
E^l Hogan I: Mrs, rea 1005 Fifth 

Hogan Margaret l Mrs, res L 025 Chester 



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Hogan Maria Mrs, res 806 Jackson 

Hogan Michael, shoemaker, res 2046 Union 

Hogan Thomas, shirt maker, S F, res 1782 Taylor 

Hogan T P (Humboldt Lumber Co) res 567 Eighth 

Hogarty James D, shoemaker, res 410 Second 

Hogarty John J, butcher Victor Gilardin, res 821 E Four- 
teenth 

Hogarty Joseph B, veterinary surgeon, res 821 E Four- 
teenth 

Hogarty William E, plumber Frank Fisher, res 821 E Four- 
teenth 

Hoggarty James D, res 410 Second 

Hogue Nellie Mrs, saleslady J G Spence & Co, res 1401 San 
Pablo ave 

Hoguet George W, contractor and builder, res 1618 Linden 

Hoisington J A, res 639 Ninth 

Holbrook E A, genl traffic agt Chicago and Northwestern 
R R Co, S F, res 107 Thirteenth 

Holcomb Mrs, res 1055 Washington 

Holcomb Lulie Miss, res 522 Seventeenth 

Holcomb Myron T, bookkeeper E A Heron, res 1416 West 

Holcomb Susie Miss, res 522 Seventeenth 

Holcomb Wm A, grain merchant, S F, res 522 Seventeenth 

Holden Charles, plumber Jeffress, Mitchell & Co, res 615 
Fifth 

Holden Claia S Mrs, res 1053 Fifth ave 

Holden D Oliver, physician, 1554 Central ave, Alameda 

Holden Geo R, res 1053 Fifth ave 

Holden Harold, clerk, res 1053 Fifth ave 

Holden S P, sec Malthine Manufacturing Co, res Saucelito 

Holden Thomas L, operator Tower 4, S P Co, res 1617 
Twelfth 

Holdener F J, machinist Singer Manufacturing Co, res 1151 
Washington 

Holdsworth Geo N, painter, res Nucleus House 

Holdsworth Jesse B, student G H Kriechbaum, res Nucleus 
House 

Holewik Paul, shoemaker, res 1307 E Tenth 

Holiday Jno M, res 415 E Twelfth 

Holland Ada Miss, dressmaker Mrs H T Wallace, res 1537 
Curtis 

Holland Annie Miss, employe Merriman Manufacturing Co, 
res 403 Ninth 

Holland A P (Stocker & Holland) res 1170 Eighth 

Holland Arthur, law student, res 1012 Chestnut 

Holland Dennis, detective, res 1503 Eighth 



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Holland Henry A, auditor Wells, Fargo & Co, S F, res 269 

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Holland James, res 812 Brush 

Holland Jerry,' machinist S P Co, res 1824 William 
Holland John, salesman Kennedy Quinlan & Co, res Ga- 

lindo Hotel 
Holland John, lumber piler Taylor & Co, res 764 Brush 
Holland John, salesman Kennedy, Quinlan & Co, res Ga- 

lindo Hotel 
Holland John C, plasterer, res 267 Sixth 
Holland Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 764 Brush 
Holland Michael Jr, clerk, res 764 Brush 
Holland Sadie Mrs, res 403 Ninth 

Holland T J, telegraph operatoi \Y Holland, res 403 Ninth 
Holland W B, laborer S P Co, res 267 Sixth 
Holland W D, machinist S P Co, res 1824 William 
Hollander Joseph, res The Arlington 
Holleran Mary Mrs, res 1719 Atlantic 
Holies Harry, japaner, S F, res 1472 Fifth 
Holliday Albert, carpenter, res 156Athol ave 
Holliday Beulah, compositor Pacific Press 
Holliday E B, pressman Pacific Press, res 718 Eleventh 
Holliday Fred, carpenter, res 40 E Nineteenth 
Holliday James E, carpenter, ;es 326 E Eighth 

olliday James K. carpenter, i 6 E Eighth 

oil iday Joseph, carpenter, res 326 E Eighth 

olliday Wm, res L56 Athol ave 

ollingsworth James, butcher, L665 San Pablo ave, n - I 
Twenty-sixth 

ollitz Henry, sailor, res 1515 Fifth 

ollmann Chas II. clerk Walter Meese, res 805 Castro 

ollmann Mary Mrs, res s,| "> Castro 

ollocher Michael I>. salesman, res L316 Grove 

ollorau John, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, 
Everyville 

ollorau Lena Mi \ 537 1 lurl Is 

ollorau Margarel Mrs, res L537 Curtis 

olloran Mark, laborer, res L519 Curtis 

ollorau Michael, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, 
Emeryvi 

olloway Walter 8, painter Robert Jeffress, n b 953 Wo >d 

oily \\ i ppenter, res L012Third 

ollywood Andrew, clerk, 8 1", res L668 Twelfth 

ollywood Joseph, clerk, 8 F, res L610 Twelfth 

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Holman A M L Mrs (Holman Packing Co) res 1920 Filbert 

Holman Packing Co (Mrs AML Holman and E M Adams) 
mfrs vinegar and pickles, 1374-1376 Fifth 

Holmber John, res 720 Center 

Holmes , res Kelsey House 

Holmes Mrs, employe shoe factory, res Pullman Hotel 

Holmes Alice Miss, res 987 Center 

Holmes Ann Mrs, notions, 1911 San Pablo ave, res same 

Holmes Ann E Mrs, res 778 Eleventh 

Holmes C M Miss, teacher elocution, res 1459 Grove 

Holmes Edith Miss, emplove shoe factorv, res Pullman 
Hotel 

Holmes Eunice C Miss, res 2131 Telegraph ave 

Holmes F L, plumber, res The Olive 

Holmes Fred L, solicitor Pacific Press, res 1312 Thirteenth 
ave 

Holmes G C Mrs, res 1459 Grove 

Holmes Ida, employe California Hosiery Co, res 1022 Wil- 
low 

Holmes James, engineer, res 215 Eddie 

Holmes John E, carpenter, res 1911 San Pablo ave 

Holmes John E Jr, printer Times res 1216 Kirkham 

Holmes John M, agt Hartford Insurance Co, S F, res 2131 
Telegraph ave 

Holmes Lizzie M Miss, res 1525 Broadway 

Holmes M B Mrs, res 528 Jones 

Holmes Melvin W, storekeeper U S Mint, S F, res 553 Al- 
bion 

Holmes R D, res Emeryville 

Holmes Robert, agt, res 816 Thirty-fifth 

Holmes Samuel 0, engraver, S F, res 120 Louisa 

Holmes Silas J, civil engineer, S F, res 776 Eleventh 

Holmes Silas M, railroad contractor, S F, res 1213 Eleventh 
ave 

Holmes SM Mrs, res 776 Eleventh 

Holmes Walter G, atty-at-law, S F. res 1311 Eighth 

Holmstrom Ed (Ed Holmstrom & Bro) res 666 Twenty- 
sixth 

Holmstrom Ed & Bro (Ed and Frank) blacksmiths, 1607 
San Pablo ave 

Holstrom Frank (Ed Holstrom & Bro) res 673 Twenty- 
seventh 

Holt , carpenter, res 368 Fifth 

Holt Charles H (Holt Bros, S F) hardwood lumber, res 
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Holt George A, ship master, S F, res 1070 Campbell 

Holt Hannah Miss, res The Centennial 

Holt Mary E Mrs, widow, res 935 Pine 

Holt Myra Miss, res The Centennial 

Holt Newton A, engineer S P Co, res 176S William 

Holt J C Mrs, res 649 Campbell 

Holton May Miss, saleslady Kahn Bros, res 711 Brush 

Holton S Mrs, res 602 E Eighteenth 

HOLTZ WILLIAM, justice of the peace, 1542 
Webster 

Holzmann Philip, butcher Fred Kuhnle, res 765 Twenty- 
first 

Homage Ella Mrs, res Park ave nr Hubbard, Emeryville 

Homager Henry, res 759 Seventh 

Homan Caroline Mrs, res 609 Tenth 

Homan C H, veterinary surgeon People's Express CVs 
Stables, cor Market and Tenth 

Homan E J Miss, forelady Kahn & Sons, res Jefferson 

Home for Aged Women, established 1882. Situated s s 
Linden bet Telegragh ave and Broadway. Under the 
management of Ladies' Relief Society of Oakland. Mrs 
Clara Case matron 
| Home Insurance Co of New York, Harry L Roff agt, 972 
Broadway 

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COS Alameda County branch, H F Gorden manager, 
900 Broadway 
Home Security Building and Loan Association of Alameda 
County, J Greenhood pres, Chas K Clark sec, 465 Ninth 
I Homer Louis, cook II J Pfeil, res 702 Broadway 
Hooe Bernard F, student, res 960 Clay 
Hooe David P, letter carrier, res 960 Clay 
Hooe Headlev S, salesman City of Paris, S F, res 960 Clay 
Hooe S C Mrs, res 960 Clay 
Heoga Win E, Btudent, 69 Valley 
Hoogs Wm W, real estate, s V y w> 69 Valley 
HOOK ELIJAH, furniture and carpets, 1108-1110 
Broadway, factory cor Harrison and Fourteenth, res 
961 Madison 
Hook Henry P, Balesman E Hook, res 961 Madison 
Hook and Ladder Co No 1. 468 and 470 Sixth 
Hook Walter E, physician and Burgeon, res SE cor Elev- 
enth and .lack-on 
Hook Wm 1\ mgr E Hook, res 1229 Franklin 
Hooley Cornelius (Doody A Hooley) res La Clede How 
Hooley James, res Winthrop House 



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5| Hooper C L Capt, U S revenue cutter Corwin, res 1020 
Jefferson 
Hooper W H, res 759 Eighth 
Hoos Stephen, floorman Dexter Stable, res 1013 Franklin 
Hope Charles, gardener, res Broadway nr Bird 
Hope John, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Com- 
mercial Union Hot^l 
Hope John W, carpenter, res 588 Twenty-fifth 
Hopken Albert, grocer, 1301 Center, res same 
Hopkins A B (Armstrong & Hopkins) res Wilcox Block 
Hopkins Academy, W W Anderson principal, cor Telegraph 
ave and Broadway and Hawthorne and Plymouth aves 
Hopkins Annie C Mrs, res 366 Tenth 
Hopkins Caspar T, real estate, res 1220 Webster 
Hopkins George E, res 1422 Seventeenth 
Hopkins G W, traveling salesman, res Kelsey House 
Hopkins Henry C, bookkeeper Torry, Whitman & Gar- 
dener, res 366 Tenth 
Hopkins H S, foreman F C Knowles & Co, res 653 Seventh 
Hopkins Hugh, employe S P Co, res 729 Fifth 
Hopkins John B, carpenter, res 579 Kennedy 
Hopkins Marcuse, carpenter, res 1054 Fourteenth 
Hopkins Margaret Mrs, groceries, res 729 Fifth 
Hopkins O K Mrs, widow, res 914 Tenth 
Hopkins T C Miss, compositor F H Sloan, res 1670 Eighth 
Hopkins Thomas, machinist, S F, res 729 Fifth 
Hopkins Wm F, student Sackett School, res 914 Tenth 
Hopner R, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Hoppe John C, commission merchant, S F, res 1424 Eighth 
Hoppe Lulu Miss, res 1424 Eighth 
Hoppe Minnie Miss, res E Twenty-seventh, bet Central and 

Twenty-third aves 
Hoppe Reinhold, cutter, res E Twenty-seventh bet Central 

and Twenty-third aves 
Hoppen Jane Mrs, widow, res 1322 Harrison 
Hopper Lefebvre Mrs, teacher French and music, res 565 

Tenth 
Horan John W H, furniture, S F, res 17l4£ Seventh 
Horgan Nellie Miss, dressmaker, res 1557 Seventh 
Horgan Sylvester, carpenter, res 712 Henry 
Hormull Katie, domestic, 911 Linden 
Horn Charles L, res 1001 Fifth 



Horn Frederick M, gardener, res 834 Sixteenth 
Horn John V, cigar maker, res 1001 Fifth 
Horn T L, tobacconist, S F, res 759 Eighth 



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Hornburger E E, cigar maker, res lf>0 H Eighth 

Hornby Win, artificial stone nifr S F, res 550 Thirty-lift h 

Home John M, bookkeeper Jute Mill, res 312 E Sixteenth 

Hornick Edward, cigar maker, res 1462 Telegraph ave 

Hornick 'Ethel Miss, student, res 1322 Tenth 

Hornick Gussie Miss, dressmaker, res 1462 Telegraph ave 

Hornick Nora II Mrs, teacher Lafavette School, res 1322 

Tenth 
Horning P Mrs, res 561 Sixteenth 
Horning G Jr, res 561 Sixteenth 
Hornung Gustave, student, res 561 Sixteenth 
Hornung P Mrs, res 561 Sixteenth 
Hornung Rudolph F, piano maker, res McCall nr Mariposa 

ave 
HOBB MARY E MRS, lodgings, 475 Ninth, res 

same 
Horrell Laura A Miss, clerk post-office, S F, res 1354 Grove 
Horrell Sarah N Mrs, res 1354 Grove 
Horrocks Isabella Mrs, res 817 Markel 
Horstman C Mrs, varieties, 1422 San Pablo ave. res same 
Horswill Frank II, student, res 1216 Chestnut 
Horswill Fred J, mining, res 1216 Chestnut 
Horten Josephine, cook, res 1604 Atlantic 
Eorton Amanda CMrs, principal Piedmont School, res L630 

Eighth 
Horton C E, painter Elberl Olney 
Ilurton Darius, painter, res 518 Sixth 
Borton E Miss, res 81 1 Willow 
Horton Francis A. I) 1) pastor First Presbyterian Church 

res 1 25 1 Franklin 
Morton Geo W, principal Lincoln Grammar School, res 1630 

Eighth 
Horton R Miss, compositor Oakland Enquirer, res Alameda 
Horton, MISS HORTON'S SCHOOL, M coi 

Filbert and Twelfth, Miss Sarah W Horton principal, 

rea 964 Eighteenth 
Horton Sarah W Miss, principal Mi-^ Morton's School, res 

964 Eighteenth 
Ho i I. Sixth bel Broadway and Washington, . I Flan- 

aery foreman 
Hoskins Edward Mrs, rea 769 Jefferson 

mer Abel (C F Knowles & Co, S F) res 763 Clay 
Hosmer Frank \\ . printer, res 860 Harrison 
Hosmer George W, bookkeeper 8 F, res 860 Harrison 
II nicr James P, employe 8 I* Co, rea v <'»" Harrison 

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Hossock D, laborer Mountain View Cometary, res same 
Hostetter Frank, foreman Hayes & Co, res 1229 Thirteenth 

ave 
Hoswell Mary A, widow, res 1209 Adeline 
Hotehkiss Oliver E, real estate, 463 Ninth, res 700 Thirty- 
fourth 
Hotchkiss Thaddeus S, broker S F, res 664 Eleventh 
Hotehkiss Wm J, machinist S F, res 971 Cypress 
Hotel Del Monte, J C Sullivan manager, cor San Pablo ave 

and Folsom, Golden Gate 
Hotel Merritt, F J McLaughlin propr, 404 Twelfth 
Hottel D W, teamster Hays & Co, res Stock Yards 
Hottle Willard, res Green nr Hallett ave, Stock Yards 
Houck Fred, employe California Hosiery Co, res 654 Clay 
Houck M Mrs, dressmaker Lehnig & Wagner, res 654 Clay 
Houck Samuel A, street car driver S F, res 654 Clay 
Houettne Constant, gardner, res s s Forty-eighth nr Shat- 

tuck ave 
Hough E S, res 1271 Eleventh ave 
Hough Eugene, painter P N Kuss 
Hough George W, carpenter, res 1420 Franklin 
Hough Lvdia Miss, salesladv W J Spencer, res 1420 Frank- 
lin 
Hougha H D, engineer, res 379 Fifth 
Houghan H D Mrs, lodgings, res 379 Fifth 
Houghton George F, res 833 Clay 
Houghton Harry B, secretarv Home Mutual Fire Insurance 

Co, res SF 
Houghton Kate, housekeeper Wm Woodward, cor Seventh 

ave and E Twenty-fifth 
I Houghton Katie V, dressmaker, res 833 Clay 
Houghes William, donkey engineer, res Railroad Exchange 
Houghton Miles K, city wharfinger, res 833 Clay 
Hourat Vincent, saloon, 459 Seventh, res cor San Pablo 

ave and Twenty-eighth 
Houriet C L, res 1369 Brush 
Houriet William T, watchmaker, jeweler and optician, 1224 

San Pablo ave, res 620 Eighteenth 
House Irene Miss, student, re< 000 E Twelfth 
House Melvin T, collector White Sewing Machine Co, res 

261 Twelth 
Howard Ashton, blacksmith, 928 Magnolia 
HOWARD CAET, attorney-at-law and notary public 
1003^ Broadway, and president board of trustees Oak- 
land Free Library, res 819 Fifteenth 
Howard Charles M (Howard cfe Conroy) res Union Hotel 



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Howard C Greenwich, atty-at-law S F, res 1304 Webster 
Howard Cyrus J, gardiuer Mrs Levi Stevens, Fruit Vale 
Howard & Conroy (CM Howard and E C Conroy) proprs 

Drueker's Oakland and S F Express, 405 Eighth 
Howard Daisy V Miss, student, res 928 Magnolia 
HOWARD E A, manager The Oakland Carriage Co, 

res 819 Fifteenth 
Howard Edna Miss, res 720 Seventeenth 
Howard E E Mrs, res 1109 Tenth ave 
Howard Erd T, teamster Veitch & Co, res 1268 Webster 
Howard Frank P, painter, res 714 Twenty-ninth 
Howard Fred S, druggist, res 714 Twenty-ninth 
Howard George E, carpenter California Door Co, res 1774 

Division 
Howard Geo W, blacksmith, 830 Twenty-eighth, res 821 

Twenty-second 
Howard Harold, teacher Spanish, French and elocution De- 

pue & Aydelotte's Business College 
Howard Ida Miss, teacher kindergarten, res 1076 Eighteenth 
Howard Insurance Co of New York, H Griffith agt, 958 

Broadway 
Howard J C Mrs, res 819 Fifteenth 
Howard John, laborer, res 726 Chestnut 
Howard John L, genl mgr Oregon Improvement Co, res 

Vernon Heights 
Howard L M Mrs, res 2131 Telegraph ave 
Howard Lottie Miss, res 2070 Thirteenth ave 
Howard Mary Mrs, widow, res 720 Seventeenth 
Howard Mary (O'Toole & Howard) res 506 Ninth 

loward Orilla Mrs, res 714 Twenty-ninth 

loward Sylvester, commercial traveler, res 714 Twenty- 
ninth 

loward Willis, res 720 Seventeenth 

Bo watt Thoa \\\ switchman S P Co, res 1610 William 

[owe Baxter, bookbinder Pacific Press, res 1169 West 

lowe Beaaa Miss, artist, res S78 Seventeenth 

Iowe Dorcas G Mrs, res 1304 Franklin 
Bowe James II, Balesman, res 578 Seventeenth 

Iowe John, res L086 E Twenty-seventh 

Iowe L, teamater Etemillard Brick Co 

[owe Louie, clerk John (t Brumnere. re< 253 Second 

[owe M A M ra, rea l ( »l 2 Second 
Iowe Mamie Bdiss, 268 Fifth 

[owe Montgomery, capitalist, res Piedmont ave nr Moss 
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Howe Schuyler, express stand, SE cor Fourteenth and 
Broadway, res 253 Second 

Howe W 0, advertising solicitor, res 578 Third 

Howell Mrs, res 815 Franklin 

Howell Albert, undertaker, S F, res Golden Gate 

Howell Annie Miss, teacher, res 1413 Brush 

Howell Claude, employe Pacific Press 

Howell David, stair builder, res 323 Fifth 

Howell Ella Miss, res 1671 Lincoln 

Howell Eugene, mining supt, res 1317 Alice 

Howell Frankie M Miss, res 1521 Thirteenth ave 

Howell F W, butcher, 555 Sixth 

Howell Geo W, salesman, S F, res 323 Fifth 

Howell Hattie Miss, res 1317 Alice 

Howell H B, bookkeeper S F, res 270 Twenty-third 

Howell Hugh, student State University, res 1413 Brush 

Howell John G, real estate, S F, res 1413 Brush 

Howell John G Jr, student High School, res 1413 Brush 

Howell Joseph L, policeman Golden Gate Park, S F, res 
1521 Thirteenth ave 

Howell Kate Miss, student State University, res 1413 Brush 

Howell Lillie Miss, res 1671 Lincoln 

Howell Lizzie Miss, res 1317 Alice 

Howell Louis D, blacksmith Whitney, Standard and Oak- 
land Transfer Co, res 423 Sixth 

Howell M, agt M J KELLER, 1007 and 1009 
Broadway 

Howell Matthias D, mining, res 1317 Alice 

Howell T C Mrs, bookbinder Pacific Press, res 714 Elev- 
enth 

Howell Thomas C, journalist, res 815 Franklin 

Howell Walter, employe Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 375 
Fourth 

Howell W C, stair builder, res 670 E Sixteenth (rear) 

Howes Harry A, teamster Standard Oil Co, res Clarendon 

Howes Oscar, clerk Harrison & Boyce, res 962 Market 

Howett Thomas, switchman S P Co 

Howett W F, operator Tower 2 S P Co, res 1314 Twelfth ave 

Howett Wm C, telegraph operator S P Co, res 1071 Eighth 
ave 

Howie J Mrs, res 658 Sycamore 

Howie Margaret Miss, student, res 1368 Twelfth 

Howie Robert, engineer S P Co, res 1368 Twelfth 

Howie Thomas, millwright, res 658 Sycamore 

Howie W A, res 399 Twelfth 




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Howland Benj F, photographer San Leandro, res 1771 Goss 
Howland Edward, clerk JAS A JOYCE, res 1771 Goss 
Howland Etta Miss, operator Telephone Co, res 1771 Goss 
Howland Frank, clerk Home Benefit Insurance Co, S F, 

res 1771 Qosa 
Howland Frank P, railway postal clerk, S F, res 1384 Six- 
teenth 
Howland May Miss, res 1384 Sixteenth 
Howland Wesley, clerk Olney, Chickering & Thomas, S F, 

res 1771 Goss 
Howlett Fred, driver police patrol wagon, res 555 Sixth 
Howlett Lena Mrs, bookkeeper Louis Schaffer, res 555 Sixth 
Howlett Marv A Mrs, widow, res 1936 Linden 
Hoxie H C Miss, res 1079 Twelfth 
Hoyer Annie Mrs, res 1212 Campbell 
Hoyt F P Mrs, nurse, res 1363 Brush 
Hoyt Frank B, clerk Swayne & Hoyt, res 1005 Peralta 
Hoyt John G, custom house broker, S F, res Prospect 

Heights 
Hovt Margaretta L Mrs. teacher Lincoln School, res 1259 

Webster 
Hovt Nathan B, res 1005 Peralta 
Hoyt Oscar F, clerk, S F, res 1005 Peralta 
Hoyt William, clerk Folger & Co, S F, res 1259 Webster 
Hijbbard B S, clerk Gast Lithographing Co, S F, res cor Old 

County Road and Julia 
Hubbard Charles P, res XE cor Twenty-second and Webster 
Hubbard Eveline Mrs, res s s Fortieth nr Adeline 
Hubbard Henry G, engineer S P Co, res - ,N 7 Campbell 
Hubbard Luddow, machinist S P Co, res 966 Center 
Hubbard Mary W Miss, res XE cor Twenty-second and 

Webster 
Hubbard Paul W, wood carver, res cor Center and Third 
Hubbard Samuel, director Pacific Telephone Co, 8 F, res 

N"E cor Twenty-second and Webster 
Hubbard S J Mrs, widow, re- 521 Twentieth 

Hubbard Warren, machinist S P Co. res 966 Center 

Hubbell I> S Mrs, dressmaker, res 1112 Thirty-fourth 

Hubbell Harry, res 1 1 12 Thirty-fourth 

Hubn- Charles A, painter B P Co, res 177^ Division 

Huber A (Siebe & Huber Bros) rea Badger's Park 

Huber Charles O, advertising $54 Broadway, res 17'> s 

Division 
Huber Frank, bartender T C Phillips, ree 821 Mar; 
I [uber < tottlieb, painter, rea s 10 Websfr 
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Hubley Solomon F, carpenter, res 1405 Seventeenth 
Huckett C J, switchman S P Co, res 649 Campbell 
Huddart James M, civil engineer, S F, res Berkeley 
Hudson Adam W, moulder S P Co, res 889 Cedar 
Hudson Alfred J, shoemaker, cor Washington & Clay, res 

1703 Eighth 
Hudson A J Mrs, dress and cloak making, 756 Seventh 
Hudson A M Mrs, res 970 West 
Hudson Chas K stamp and box clerk Oakland post-office, 

res 702 Nineteenth 
Hudson Fred, carpenter, res 889 Cedar 
Hudson H Mrs, 756 Seventh 
Hudson James W, res 702 Nineteenth . 
Hudson J G, shoemaker, res 1703 Eighth 
Hudson Lilia Miss, paper florist, 816 Filbert 

HUDSON MILLIE MISS, (Mrs I S Reaves) 

dressmaker, 1416 San Pablo ave, res same 
Hudson Mollie Mrs, dressmaker, 816 Filbert 
Huff A, phrenologist, 1115 Broadway, res same 
Huff* Lucien B, capitalist, res 474 E Fourteenth 
Huff S, county treas Hall of Records, res San Leandro 
Huffman Win N, student Theological Seminary, res same 
Hufschmidt Henry, furniture, S F, res 1664 Seward 
Hufschmidt Henry A, fireman S P Co, res 988 Wood 
Hufschmidt Louis, plumber, S F, res 988 Wood 
Huggins Hattie E Miss, res 658 Fourteenth 
Huggins John C, sec Fort Bragg Redwood Co, S F, res 656 

Fourteenth 
Huggins Laura Miss, res 658 Fourteenth 
Hughes Alfred, repairer S P Co,~res 831 Market 
Hughes Andrew S, carpenter, res 1068 Twenty-first 
Hughes David, clerk S P Co offices, S F, res 310 E Sixteenth 
Hughes David, real estate Waterman, Sayre & Co, res 1468 

Ninth 
Hughes David (D Hughes & Co) res 961 Eighth 
Hughes David M, bricklayer, res 578 Twenty-fourth 
Hughes D P, music tercher, res 1020 Myrtle 
Hughes Enoch, grocer, 220 B, res same 
Hughes Enoch J, clerk, res 220 B 

Hughes Geo, driver Camilloni & Lagoria, res 831 Market 
Hughes G R, employe S P Co, res 835 Clay 
Hughes Geo W, inmate Industrial Home for the Adult 

Blind, res same 
Hughes Geo W, mining, res 1330 Adeline 
Hughes Hugh, commission merchant, S F, res 1305 Alice 

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fc Hughes I, barkeeper Petar & Dresco, res Newland House 
H Q Hughes Isabella I Mrs, widow, res Fruit Vale ave nr Hop- 
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Hughes Jerry, porter S P Co, res 818 Henry 
Hughes John T, carpenter, 1563 Seventh, res 1020 Myrtle 
Hughes John T, butcher James Walsh, res San Pablo ave 

nr Hallett Stock Yards 
| Hughes John W, expressman, cor Seventh and Washington, 

res 368 Seventh 
Huges Katie, employe California Hosiery Co, res 1707 Chase 
Hughes Lizzie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Hughes Lizzie Miss, res 524 Sixteenth 
Hughes Lizzie A Miss, milliner, res 208 Eighth 
Hughes Mark, horse shoer P Kallahar, res 817 Castro 
' Hughes Nellie Miss, res 524 Sixteenth 
Hughes Nish, bartender, res Newland House 
Hughes Patrick, laborer, res 522 Second 
Hughes Peter, carpenter, res Areata House, 
Hughes Richard, gardener A G Gurnett, 1278 Fourth ave 
Hughes Richard, laborer, res 986 Willow 
Hughes Robert A, expert accountant, room 35, 1115 Broad- 
way, res 1328 Filbert 
Hughes Samuel, clerk John J Hughes, res 208 Eighth 
Hughes Samuel R, master steamer Santa Maria, res 460 E 

Seventeenth 
Hughes T A, employe S P Co, S F, res Blake House 
Hughes T J Mrs, lodging house, 524 Sixteenth, res same 
Hughes W, employe Dalziel & Moller 
Hughes W C, night clerk Galindo Hotel 
Hughes W E, carpenter, res 1272 E Twenty-first 
Hughes William, shoemaker 1160^ Seventh, res same 
Bughea William A, car cleaner S P Co, res 831 Market 
Hughefl William F, barber S Plante, res 610 Fourth 
Hughes Win 11. repairer S P Co, rea 1162 Seventh 
Hughes Wm 1\ laborer, 8 F, res L 676 Lincoln 

Hughman Hugo, saloon Broadway, res 851 Franklin 

Hugunin Ruhy Mrs, widow, res 366 Prospect 

1 1 u k i 1 1 Win T. machinist planing mill, res 606 E Twentieth 

Ilule John Judge, rea 562 Eighth 

Hulford Edward W,propr Pioneer Warehouse, BF, rea 1458 

Eighth 
Hulford Florence Miss, rea l 158 Eighth 
Hull A/.rl B, mining, rea L860 Harriion 

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Hull Courtlandt P, res 961 Harrison 
Hull Mary B Miss, res 961 Harrison 
Hull R A Mrs, res 1360 Harrrson 

! Hull Wm C. engraver S F, res cor College ave and Florio 
Hulling Wm, artificial stone, res Girard House 
Humbert Elmira Mrs, widow, res $02 Milton 
Humbletonburg M, supt Minard's Foundry, S F, res 517 

Ninth 
Humbletonburg Wm, clerk 8 F, res 517 Ninth 
HUMBOLDT LUMBER CO (J J Eagen and T 
P Hogan) pine and redwood lumber, laths and shin- 
gles, office and yard, Fourth and Washington 
Hume A May Miss, res Piedmont ave 
Hume George W, commission merchant, S F, res Piedmont 

ave 
Hume G Frank C, res Piedmont ave 
Hume J B, clerk Wells, Fargo & Co, res 1472 Eighth 
Hume Lizzie C Miss, res Piedmont ave 
Hume Robert, finisher Oakland Artificial Stone Co, res 1301 

Franklin 
Humiston Ellen Mrs, res 472 E Eleventh 
Hummeltiberg Minard, machinist, S F, res 517 Ninth 
Hummeltiberg Wm, clerk, S F, res 517 Ninth 

Humphrey , painter S P Co, res Pullman Hotel 

Humphrey Arthur N, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res 1266 

Fifth ave 
Humphrey E M Mrs, res 1266 Fifth ave 
Humphrey Frank, plumber, res 655 E Thirty-third 
Humphrey George, flour and feed, res 655 E Thirty-third 
Humphrey Geo W (Brooks & Humphrey) res 655 E Thirty- 
third 
Humphrev J, helper Geo Christman, res Alameda 
HUMPHREY JOHN, manager The C F Adams 

Home Furnishing House, res 579 Seventeenth 
Humphrey Lorin, employe Elijah Hook, res 655 E Thirty- 
third 
Humphrey M D Mrs, res 55 E Thirty-third 
Humphrey Morton, night watchman Oakland Bank of Sav- 
ings, res 1266 Fifth ave 
Humphrey N Gertrude Miss, teacher, res 1266 Fifth ave 
Humphrey P Miss, res 555 Twentieth 
Humphrey Robert, Pullman car porter, res 1868 Seventh 
Humphrey S L Mrs, res 1376 Eleventh ave 
Humphrey Thos M, furniture, S F, res 555 Twentieth 
Humphreys Joseph, carpenter, res 823 Magnolia 



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Humphreys Samuel, funeral director Henry Evers, res S65 

Washington 
Hundley E R, res 1016 Castro 
Hunkin Millie Miss, res 528 Knox Place 
Hunkley Wm, teamster. S F, res 1537 West 
Hunner B Mrs. res 1512 Broadway 

Hunner Joseph, engineer Oakland Brewery, res 1512 Broad- 
way 
Hunning F M. nurseryman Hutchinson's Nursery, res cor 

Twenty-sixth and Telegraph 
Hunt A B, atty-at-law, S F, res 1309 Thirteenth ave 
Hunt Ahigal B Mrs, widow, res Glen Echo, Piedmont ave 
Hunt Agnes N Miss, principal kindergarten, 523 Hobart, 

res same 
Hunt Alfred E, repairer S P Co, res 1755 Twenty-first ave 
Hunt Alice W Miss, music teacher, res 523 Twenty-first 
Hunt A B Mrs, res 660 E Eleventh 
Hunt Belle L Miss, student, res 523 Hobart 
Hunt Bert, reporter, res 1103^ Broadway, room 27 
Hunt Brothers (Geo C and Charles A) proprs City Hall 

Stables, 514 Fourteenth 
Hunt Charles A (Hunt Bros) res 1330 Myrtle 
Hunt Charles M, res 1755 Twenty-first ave 
Hunt Charles W (W A Rouse ft Co) res S F 
Hunt David B, mining and civil engineer, res 1170 E Four- 
teenth 
Hunt Edwin <;. supply clerk Oakland Home Insurance C 

res B10 Tenth 
HUNT ERNEST E. manager Charles L Taylor, 
NE cor Broadway and Eighth, res 1605 Thirteenth ave 
Bunl E Smith, salesman. S F. res L320 Filbert 
Hunt Frankie M Mis-, res L755 Twenty-first ave 
Hunt F \V, watchmaker, 405 Eighth, res 1' - "11 
Hum I U >rge C (Hunt 1 L063 I Sxove 

Sunt ' e W, clerk, 8 F I Golden 

Hunt G P, res L920 Thirteenth ave 
Hunt BarperS, bookkeeper, 8 F, res 1 123 Fill* 
Hunt Henry O, teacher organ and piano. r< d Echo, 

Piedmont ave 
Hunt Hubert E, • Oakland Enquir\ 

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Hunt John T, clerk Fireman's Fund [nsuran 9 F 

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Hunt L L Mrs, widow, res Glen Echo, Piedmont ave 
Hunt Maude A Miss, kindergarten, 523 Twenty-first, res 

same 
Hunt Symmes H, clerk Custom House, S F, res Kelsey 

House 
Hunt T E Jr, traveling freight agt S F Co, res 1920 Thir- 
teenth ave 
Hunt Walter W, asst bookkeeper Puget Sound Lumber Co, 

res 810 Tenth 
Hunt Warren E, driver W A Rouse & Co, res 489 Twenty- 
fifth 
Hunt Will, clerk, S F, res The Graystone 
Hunt William, shoemaker Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, 

res S F 
Hunt William, res Glen Echo, Piedmont ave 
Hunt Win B, salesman, S F, res 1320 Filbert 
Hunt Zebbie A, clerk Land Title Co 
Hunter Alexander, machinist S P Co, res Lusk ave bet 

Forty-first and Forty-second 
Hunter D B, res 632 Eighteenth 
Hunter D B (Oakland Lumber Co) res 143 Athol ave, Per- 

alta Heights 
Hunter E B Mrs, res 632 Eighteenth 
Hunter Fremont, tallyman Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 

561 Sixth 
Hunter Harvey, student High School, res 977 Seventh ave 
Hunter Hattie E, res 1617 Taylor * 
Hunter Hugh, carpenter S P Co, res 1617 Taylor 
Hunter John A, carpenter, res 769 Seventeenth 
Hunter John D, clerk Custom House, res 1367 Twenty-third 

ave 
Hunter John R, clerk, S F, res 1373 Ninth 
Hunter Joseph R, traveling agt, S F, res 1372 Eleventh 
Hunter Richard, cleaner S P Co, res E Oakland 
Hunter Richard R, repairer S P Co, res 828 Myrtle 
Hunter Robert, laborer J C Ainsworth, res Vernon ave 
Hunter Robert, gardener, res s s Temescal bet Cherry and 

Liberty 
Hunter Robert A, res 1367 Twenty-third aye 
HUNTER ROBERT D^ Oakland Branch Fire 

man's Fund Insurance Co, res Alameda 
Hunter Rodney D, patrolman, res 533 Twenty-fifth 
Hunter Sam, copyist county clerk's office, res Alameda 
Hunter S A Mrs, res 1367 Twenty-third ave 





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Hunte; Thomas W, cigar maker, S F, res 1367 Twenty-third 
ave 

Hunter William, employe California Cotton Mills Co, res 
623 Twenty-third ave 

Hunter William, glazier Michigan Furniture Co, res Com- 
mercial Union Hotel 

Hunter William A. stair builder, res 1027 Willow 

Hunter W H, employe Michigan Furniture Co, res Emery- 
ville 

Huntington A B Mrs. widow, res 

Huntington Asa. res 405 Twelfth 

Huntington Frank A. mining machinery, S F, res 1404 
Webster 

Huntley D wight B, miner, res 1259 Webster 

Huntley Sarah M Mrs, res 1259 Webster 

Huntoon C C, brakeman S P Co, res 1112 Eleventh ave 

Iluntoon J L, painter S P Co, res 1809 William 

Huntsman Horace, traveling agt, res 1264 Eleventh ave 

Hurd Frank, bookkeeper, S F, res 534 Sycamore 

llurd M S Mrs, res 534 Svcamore 

Hurd Wm H, res 1015 Eighth 

Hurley James, lather, res 463 Twentieth 

Hurley Josephine, cook, 1034 Adeline 

Hurley Patrick, laborer, res Franklin Hotel 

Hurley Susan, res 959 Webster 

Hurley Timothy, propr Winthrop House, and gardener 
County Court House, rea Winthrop Hoi 

Ilurll Win. painter, rea 779 Sixth 

Hurll Wm T. bartender L <i Garron, rea overland Hous 

Hursl II C, cleaner s 1' Co, rea 17^7 Seventh 

HurstOD Turner, janitor Occidental Club, res cor Eleventh 
and Broadway 

Huse Laura R Mrs, res L18 Fourth 

Hush Valentine G, real estate, 8 F, rea cor K Fourteenth 
and Julia 

Hushaw A ( >. carpenter, rea 517 sixth 

Busing Diedrich, wine- and Liquors, "»7 ( .> Twelfth, res 117 E 
Fourteenth 

Hussey J < >d, coke and coal, 8E cor sixth and Franklin, 

ree 951 Clay 

Qussey William II II, reporter Enquirer^ res 667 Thirty- 
fifth 

Hutchena Susau E Mrs, widow, n - 91 I Wood 

Hutchesou David, laundrymau Contra Costa Laundry, rea 
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Hutch ins Emma Mrs, professional ladies' nurse, res 1104 
Market 

Hutchinson Henry, clerk E A Heron, res 1227 Eleventh ave 

Hutchinson Ida Mrs, dressmaker, res 1227 Eleventh ave 

Hutchinson M G Miss, res 730 Eighth 

Hutchinson Prentice, salesman, S F, res 730 Eighth 

Hutchinson Robert L, clerk Hirshberg & Quigley, 821 
Market 

Hutchinson T R, wholesale clothing, S F, res 730 Eighth 

Hutchinson Wm, porter S P Co, res 756 Willow 

Hutchison A M Mrs, res 973 Washington 

Hutchison Christina Mrs, widow, res 1722 Chase 

HUTCHISON JAMES, seedsman and florist, 471- 
479 Fourteenth, and proprietor Hutchison's Nurseries 
1814 Telegraph ave, and Piedmont Branch Nursery, 
Piedmont, res cor Telegraph ave and Twenty-sixth 

Hutchison John, florist James Hutchison, res 372 Orchard 

HUTCHISON'S NURSERIES,